Child support(custody )

Alexandra - posted on 11/25/2013 ( 3 moms have responded )

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Why would someone file challange to paternity where he knows he is the father.i took dna test same day after child support hearing that I filed . My ex nationality hevis half Thailand and half Laos . His parents were against me when they found out I was pregnant and even before that , I'm White Russian . My ex is 41 and I'm 38 yo. I'm so mad ,,, I know his sister and mother forced him to file for DNA .

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♫ Shawnn ♪♫♫ - posted on 11/25/2013

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well, that's just it. It is just in the best interest of both parties to have the results on paper.

Then he can't argue!

Best of luck

Alexandra - posted on 11/25/2013

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Hi Shawn ... Sorry I guess it's glitch on site .....Reason what I was saying when my ex and I were together one day his mom and sister came to his house and stirred up problems wanted me our if the house withy newborn . My mom was T the house helping me . John sister verbally insultedy mom and John did not stood up for me and my son. John sister yelled asking me that I need to do dna test. His family threw a fit so cops were called and excorted his family out. I moved our with my son. After John hasn't shown much interest or help with things . I filed for child custody on him and 2,days before heAring he challenging the paternity ,. John I know been alwYs manipulTed by his mom and sister it's just those thingS I know ... But I agree with you once results come in child support will start

♫ Shawnn ♪♫♫ - posted on 11/25/2013

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How friggin many times did you post the same question?

I COUNT 13!!!

Well, if he's an adult, and he filed for proof of paternity, it's highly doubtful that his female relatives "forced" him into anything, especially considering the nationality in question.

Generally, men who ask for DNA proof do so in order to establish once & for all that they are the biological father.

My question to you: Why would you be so upset about proving what you already "know"? If you are 100% certain, then the test will just prove you out, correct? Why try to get out of it?

Here's the deal. He has just as much right to question and request proof as you do. If he wants to have proof of paternity, and you give it to him, it's one less thing he can argue about. But, if you stall on the paternity issue, it is a reasonable doubt for him that the child is actually his.

Just provide the proof and move forward. It's a protective step on both sides.

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