848 A.2d 761 (2004)

180 N.J. 74

Fereshteh FAZILAT, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. Nathan FELDSTEIN, deceased and Estate of Nathan Feldstein, Defendants-Respondents.

Supreme Court of New Jersey.

Decided May 27, 2004.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

James A. Schragger, West Trenton, argued the cause for appellant (Schragger, Schragger & Lavine, attorneys).

Karen L. Steinbach argued the cause for respondents (Pellettieri, Rabstein and Altman, attorneys; Mr. Steinbach and John A. Hartmann, III, Princeton, on the briefs).

Justice LONG delivered the opinion of the Court.

On this appeal, we have been asked to determine whether a plaintiff should be permitted to pursue an action for a declaration of paternity and child support against a decedent's fully distributed estate. Resolution of that issue requires us to analyze the interplay between the New Jersey Parentage Act, N.J.S.A. 9:17-38 to -59, and the Administration of Estates of Decedents...

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