A child that is born after the two years from the time of ending of marriage is legal. That principle is mentioned in the following judgment below:-
Citation Name : 2008 SCMR 1707 SUPREME-COURT
Side Appellant : SHARAFAT ALI ASHRAF
Side Opponent : ADDITIONAL DISTRICT JUDGE, BAHAWALPUR
Parentage---Acknowledgement---Legitimacy---child born during the continuance of a valid marriage and not earlier than the expiration of six lunar months from the date of such marriage or within a period of two years after the dissolution of the marriage, shall be the conclusive proof that the child so born is the legitimate child of the spouses provided the mother remained unmarried---In the present case, there was no evidence or proof whatsoever to affirm that minor was born after divorce, nor any evidence existed on record that mother of the minor had been living in adultery and the minor was being disowned by the father with sole object and intention of 'avoiding the liability to maintain the minor child ---Minor having born out of the wedlock between both the spouses, would inevitably be deemed to be a legitimate child and as such lawfully entitled to be supported by the father.