Child Support

When a man finds out his son is not really his after 15 years can he sue the biological father for support now that he has DNA proof and can anything be done to the mother for lying?


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2005-04-09 23:25:02
2005-04-09 23:25:02

Depends on your state, but I would say NO. If it was a scheme to defraud you, there could be a case against father, but it would be very difficult. And I do not think anything could be done to mother either (unless a scheme to defraud). I would think both would testify they did not know child was other guys.


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