A parent need not have supported a child to qualify as a parent for purposes of intestate inheritance upon the child’s death, a New Jersey appeals court says.

A recent ruling, in In the Matter of Rogiers, A-0651-06, is the first by a New Jersey appellate court on whether a parent needs to establish more than a biological or legal relationship with a child in order to share in the child’s estate.

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