Inheritance Laws concerning Jewish Converts to Christianity

If a son, a daughter, or a grandson, one or many, of a Jew or of a Samaritan, shall cross over in a better judgment from the darkness of their proper superstition to the light of the Christian religion, their parents, namely father and mother, grandfather or grandmother, shall not be permitted to disinherit them or pass them over in their will, or leave them anything less than they could obtain if they were called to inherit to an intestate.”

Source: Council of Centers for Jewish-Christian Relations