As an easy starting point to learn about the inheritance rights of children, the following list is provided:

  1. The inheritance rights of natural children;
  2. The inheritance rights of adopted children;
  3. The inheritance rights of children born after a will is made; and
  4. The inheritance rights of illegitimate children.

Click on one of the links above to learn more about the inheritance rights of children. If you don’t find the exact answer to your question, use the search box in the upper right hand corner to refine your search.

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