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Csa And A Parent Denying Parentage

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Ric.ror | 18:36 Tue 07th Sep 2021 | Family
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Here’s a scenario- A&B are married. A has an affair with C and a baby results. The baby is given B’s surname and he is named on the birth certificate. One year on C takes a DNA - he’s the father. A goes to CSA to claim money from C for the child. He refuses to pay saying (despite private DNA) he is not the father.
Can A claim even though B is on the birth certificate?

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yes
19:31 Tue 07th Sep 2021
yes
yes - but it looks as tho you ( or the claimant ) will have to go to court. Paternity in this case is a legal thingy

there is ALOT on the internet on this - make sure it is British - and remember that the child's interests are paramount

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