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    delete oops
    Last edited by risndee; 03-31-2009, 11:12 AM.

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    Were they married when the child was born?

    He needs to establish paternity legally. If they weren't married, he will likely have to file for a paternity test.

    Amy

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      No they were not married at the time of birth.
      Can the mother refuse a test to establish paternity?

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