Article - Estates and Trusts
(a) A child includes:
(1) A legitimate child, an adopted child, and an illegitimate child to the extent provided in §§ 1–206 through 1–208 of this subtitle; and
(2) A child conceived from the genetic material of a person after the death of the person if:
(i) The person consented in a written record to use of the person’s genetic material for posthumous conception in accordance with the requirements of § 20–111 of the Health – General Article;
(ii) The person consented in a written record to be the parent of a child posthumously conceived using the person’s genetic material;
(iii) The child is born within 2 years of the person’s death; and
(iv) With respect to any trust, the person was the creator of the trust and the trust became irrevocable on or after October 1, 2012.
(b) A child does not include a stepchild, a foster child, or a grandchild or more remote descendant.