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Posted in Child Support on 30th December 2013

I am curious if this be considered cheating?
when a woman a man is both attested to the birth of her child, knowing he is not the father, but lets him believe that he is responsible for a number of years then a dna he proves. could be charged with fraud? or could he get reimbursed for all the “child support”? (In the state of Mississippi) Best Answer (s):

Tagboy answer
I would say.

Reply Artemisc
Maybe, but they prove “knowingly” his name on the birth certificate without knowing he was not the father could be difficult.

Answer by Eric S.
if they can prove that the women knew that he was the child’s father. if they can not .. this also happens a lot of people with a lot of people who are not really sure who the father is to sleep so that they their the last person to take them slept.

Answer by Pam
No. That would be too hard to prove that it is done knowingly. Have you not seen Murry?

Answer by whoknows?
More than likely, the latter. Unfortunately, as would prove a person who “they” actually knew who the father was / is before the DNA test? It would be difficult not only prove it, but to convince a judge. Do not know if this is at all possible (reimbursement partially) done this a million times more than anyone have a clue, but … sad, really sad!

Answer by Conor has
He could certainly sue, yes. It sounds like a good case of forgery actually. You forged an official document. That would certainly be something to talk to a lawyer.

Answer by George McCasland
No, paternity fraud is committed by women is not illegal in any state. Not yet. However, he could sue for financial damages. All people need to verification of paternity than 30% of the tests come negativ.http :/ / article-paternity_fraud_rampant.dads-house.org /

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