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\"Recent social, scientific, and legal developments -- including the higher prevalence of nonmarital births, the ability to determine parentage through genetic testing, new techniques for assisted reproduction, and the visibility of same-sex couples who are or want to be parents -- have forced legislators and courts to reexamine how the law determines whether an individual is the parent of a child and what legal rights and obligations arise as a result of the parent-child relationship.\" Saxon describes how North Carolina law addresses parentage in light of these new developments and compares these laws with the recently revised Uniform Parentage Act of 1973.
Family Law Bulletin (NoCar KFN 7494 F35x), Vol. Issue 18, Mar 2004, p1-29, f
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