Lying about paternity is not only fraud, it destroys lives

If you're not sure, seek DNA tests to avoid deception and future legal ramifications

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When the baby’s father isn’t actually the father

A case of misattributed paternity isn’t just awkward, it’s a fraud. When it’s not fixed, it can have very dire consequences not only morally, for the sake of the child and the misled father, but legally too...

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