Please next time, kindly exhibit your true age on your profile; we need to be proper here, otherwise, we will ignore some queries. Yes, an illegitimate child has a right to inherit from his biological parents. In the case of your husband's illegitimate child, his inheritance shall consist of half the share of a legitimate child (Article 176 of the Family Code of the Philippines as amended by Republic Act (R. A.) No. 9255). Is this true that you are 92 Years Old? Well, that's what your profile says. Then I presume your husband is already dead and the illegitimate child is living and the mother of the illegitimate child is very interested with the properties of your late husband. If the child is 8 Years Old, then you can't be really 92 Years Old, anyway, let us say you are on you near 60's because your husband impregnated a woman on his early 50's, before we determine whether or not the property mentioned in your letter is conjugal property or part of the conjugal partnership of gains or absolute community property, it is important to determine the date when you tied the knot with your husband. Likewise, we will presume that no agreement insofar as your property relation is concerned was executed prior to the said marriage. If you were married prior to the effectivity of the Family Code of the Philippines, that's it if you are 92 Years Old now, your property relation shall be under the regime of conjugal partnership of gains (Article 119, New Civil Code of the Philippines). As such, all properties owned by either of you which were brought to the marriage shall be your separate or exclusive property (Article 109, Family Code of the Philippines). Thus, the property mentioned in your post is your paraphernal or exclusive property. You may dispose of the same in your own liking. However, if your marriage was celebrated after the Code took effect, then your property relation shall be governed by the regime of Absolute Community of Property (Article 75, Family Code of the Philippines). If this is the case, then the abovemen-tioned property is part of the absolute community property. You may not sell it without the consent of your husband, otherwise the same is void. If you are in need of money to defray for your expenses to survive, you may petition the court to authorize you to sell your absolute community property or ask for judicial separation of property (Articles 100 and 101, Family Code of the Philippines).