Last paternity question, for GS men (not exactly fraud, but still uncertainty)?

You have been married to your wife for a month, and now she tells you that she is pregnant. The problem is that the night after your wedding night, your wife was raped. Would you insist on a paternity test to determine if the baby is yours or the rapist’s, or would you rather be […]

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Paternity Fraud is it legal?

Say if I marry a Woman and while I am married to her she cheats and 9 months later has a baby and says it is mine. So lets say I get curious for some reason when the baby is about 3 and get a paternity test and it shows that I am not the […]

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Army DEER/Tricare fraud. ?

My brother is in the process of a divorce. During his deployment (feb 2010-feb2011) his wife cheated and gave birth to a boy. A child that is NOT my brothers. Although his divorce is ready to be finalized this month the court acknowledges there is a child In the case but in the petition it […]

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When can a paternity fraud still work?

I read that there’s a time limit probably years to prove your case that the child is not yours if your wife/girlfriend said you may not be the biological father. When it comes to laws about the United States there will always a reason why a Florida man was denied of his case in the […]

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paternity fraud: What are your thoughts about law not catching up with technology?

I am in a complicated situation and need advice. My partner of 6 years is paying child support to a 7 year old child that is not biologically his. After he found out he immediately cut ties with the child because he thinks it would just hurt even more and she deserves to know the […]

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paternity fraud: What are your thoughts about the laws not catching up with technology?

I am in a complicated situation and need advice. My partner of 6 years is paying child support to a 7 year old child that is not biologically his. After he found out he immediately cut ties with the child because he thinks it would just hurt even more and she deserves to know the […]

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PATERNITY FRAUD? WHAT DO WE DO?

my husband has paid on a child and thought this child to be his for 10 years now, up until last week when we got a paternity test. The paternity test came back with 0%probability of this child being my husbands. What to we do now to get his name off everything so he won’t […]

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We got totally scammed by a woman from LI that committed paternity fraud would you try to sue?

Long before mu hubby met me he had a one night drunken stand with this woman that told him she was on birth control. he neaver heard from her again until one year later (in the meantime he met me) and she said that she had just had a child from him. my hubby was […]

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We got totally scammed by a woman from LI that committed paternity fraud would you try to sue?

Long before mu hubby met me he had a one night drunken stand with this woman that told him she was on birth control. he neaver heard from her again until one year later (in the meantime he met me) and she said that she had just had a child from him. my hubby was […]

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How do you spot a woman doing paternity fraud?

Here are the case points -one night stand and he "pulled out" -never told him about the pregnancy only after baby was born -every time he brings up paternity testing she threatens with getting more money out of him -insists on being paid under the table -bothers his father at work and makes him sign […]

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Proposal for a child support law?

In any case where a woman alleges that a man is the biological father of her child, no money changes hands until paternity can be proven. In the event that she is wrong, she pays for the test. In the event that he is the father, he pays for test. Even if he does not […]

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How can I avoid paying child support and get my name removed from the birth certificate?

I signed a declaration of paternity for a child in 2002 in the state of california. Once the baby was 2 months I found out I was not the biological father. I recently (11/12/09)received a letter from child support services asking for income verification because I think the mother is receiving county aid. Can I […]

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What is the best way for a man to protect himself from paternity disputes and fraud?

Short of abstinence or having a vasectomy, that is, because no contraceptive method is 100% effective. By paternity disputes, I mean a situation in which a woman claims a man to be the father of her child knowing that he MIGHT NOT BE the biological father. By paternity fraud, I mean a situation in which […]

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What is the best way for a man to protect himself from paternity disputes and fraud?

Short of abstinence or having a vasectomy, that is, because no contraceptive method is 100% effective. By paternity disputes, I mean a situation in which a woman claims a man to be the father of her child knowing that he MIGHT NOT BE the biological father. By paternity fraud, I mean a situation in which […]

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What is the best way for a man to protect himself from paternity disputes and fraud?

Short of abstinence or having a vasectomy, that is, because no contraceptive method is 100% effective. By paternity disputes, I mean a situation in which a woman claims a man to be the father of her child knowing that he MIGHT NOT BE the biological father. By paternity fraud, I mean a situation in which […]

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DNA test, best interest of the child?

Do you feel that children who learn that their mother cheated on the man they considered to be their father would be psychologically damaged by this knowledge? Do you think a mandatory DNA test would help to prevent/deter women from committing paternity fraud? The rates: 1-2 children out of 10 not being genetically linked to […]

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What is the Feminist Position On Paternity Fraud and Why is It so Prevalent?

Statistics from the United States, Australia and other countries suggest that approximately 30% of all paternity tests exclude the putative father as biological father.[2] These numbers do not reflect the overall incidence of paternity fraud in the general population, because the numbers are based on tests performed in cases in which the alleged fathers suspected […]

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Is the considered mail fraud? A person sends something claiming paternity and is seeking DNA testing and money

for the child. Should I contact the District Attorney’s office and the USPS or just USPS and let them decide and go from there? The letter was addressed to me and was pertaining to my husband. We have contacted the Child Support office and they have no such request for child support or paternity on […]

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Men!!! (and women) I need help with paternity fraud petition please!?

I can use help finding out which states do not have this law. I know for sure that Washington and California do not. I am in the process of creating a petition against paternity fraud. All states should require mandatory paternity test before child support can be issued. I need to compile a list of […]

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Identity theft?

To give the medi-cal worker my ex’s S.S. Number from his dog tags (not in army anymore) that he gave me, so he can be ordered to come do a Paternity Test? He doesn’t want to step up and be a man, and I told him I was going to give them his S.S. number […]

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Why can’t a law be passed in all of the states requiring a paternity test at birth to avoid paternity fraud?

Currently in most states if you’re married then you’re automatically considered the father of a child born to your spouse. If you’re unaware of possible infidelity, you’re not thinking of getting a paternity test. You’re likely not to bring the issue up because you’re being misled. If you find out later, that you’re not the […]

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The new law on passports and child support what do you think?

I see on Yahoo about child support and how if your over 2500 in back child support you can not get a passport for whatever reason, I am re-married and my husband I am married to pays child support to a child who his wife ex has denied a paternity test to my husband and […]

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paternity fraud question?

My sister just got a letter in the mail stating that the "father" of her 2 children is wanting a paternity test on the kids. He knows that he isn't the father of her first, she was pregnant when they met but asked if he could sign her birth certificate because he wanted to be […]

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