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Establishment of parent-child relationship. (Effective January 1, 2019.)

A parent-child relationship is established between an individual and a child if:
(1) The individual gives birth to the child, except as otherwise provided in RCW 26.26A.700 through 26.26A.785;
(2) There is a presumption under RCW 26.26A.115 of the individual's parentage of the child, unless the presumption is overcome in a judicial proceeding or a valid denial of parentage is made under RCW 26.26A.200 through 26.26A.265;
(3) The individual is adjudicated a parent of the child under RCW 26.26A.400 through 26.26A.515;
(4) The individual adopts the child;
(5) The individual acknowledges parentage of the child under RCW 26.26A.200 through 26.26A.265, unless the acknowledgment is rescinded under RCW 26.26A.235 or successfully challenged under RCW 26.26A.200 through 26.26A.265 or 26.26A.400 through 26.26A.515;
(6) The individual's parentage of the child is established under RCW 26.26A.600 through 26.26A.635; or
(7) The individual's parentage of the child is established under RCW 26.26A.705 through 26.26A.730.
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