2013 New Hampshire Revised Statutes
Title XII - PUBLIC SAFETY AND WELFARE
Chapter 168-B - SURROGACY
Section 168-B:9 - Intestate and Testate Succession.


NH Rev Stat § 168-B:9 (2013) What's This?

    168-B:9 Intestate and Testate Succession. –
    I. Subject to the provisions of paragraph II, a child shall be considered a child only of his or her parent or parents, and the parent or parents shall be considered the parent or parents of the child, as determined under RSA 168-B:2-5, for purposes of:
       (a) Intestate succession.
       (b) Taking against the will of any person.
       (c) Taking under the will of any person, unless such will otherwise provides.
       (d) Being entitled to any support or similar allowance during the administration of a parent's estate.
    II. For purposes of paragraph I, a child born of a surrogate is:
       (a) The child of the intended parents from the moment of the child's birth unless the surrogate gives notice of her intent to keep the child pursuant to RSA 168-B:25, IV.
       (b) The child of the surrogate and her husband, if any, or if none, the person presumed to be the father under RSA 168-B:3, I(d), from the moment of the child's birth, if the surrogate gives notice of her intent to keep the child pursuant to RSA 168-B:25, IV.

Source. 1990, 87:2, eff. Jan. 1, 1991.


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