Deceased testator’s non‑marital, biological children, of whose existence he only learned after executing his will, were not entitled to inheritance rights as after‑born children; although they were unknown to testator, children were born before execution of his will, and legislature did not intend for non‑marital children born prior to execution of will to be considered after‑born children under estate statute.
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