2010 Maryland Code
ESTATES AND TRUSTS
TITLE 1 - ESTATES OF DECEDENTS - GENERAL PROVISIONS
Subtitle 2 - Determining Relationship
Section 1-206 - Legitimate child.

§ 1-206. Legitimate child.
 

(a)  Marriage of parents.- A child born or conceived during a marriage is presumed to be the legitimate child of both spouses. Except as provided in § 1-207, a child born at any time after his parents have participated in a marriage ceremony with each other, even if the marriage is invalid, is presumed to be the legitimate child of both parents. 

(b)  Artificial insemination.- A child conceived by artificial insemination of a married woman with the consent of her husband is the legitimate child of both of them for all purposes. Consent of the husband is presumed. 
 

[An. Code 1957, art. 93, § 1-206; 1974, ch. 11, § 2.] 
 

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