On March 23, 2015, Ohio Intestacy law will change.  It is a relatively small alteration (to those who are not affected) - intestate children conceived as a result of rape or sexual battery will no longer give any share to the offending biological parent - but the change serves as a reminder that laws can and do change.  


Ohio R.C. 2105.06, effective March 23,2015.
 


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