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Answered 2010-11-10 04:20:31

Well of course it would be the other mans child regardless of whether you are married or not.

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In some states, the husband is legally considered the father, even if he is not the biological father, and is financially responsible for the child. There are also some states in which the biological father has to pay child support to the mother, even if she is still married to her husband. So you really need to check on your state's laws concerning this.

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