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- child is often referred to as a human younger than the age of majority. Age of majority varies from 16 to 21 depending on a country.
For the purpose of estate planning, a Child includes a person entitled to take as a child under the state probate code by intestate succession from the parent whose relationship is involved, and excludes any person who is … Full Definition »
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