This Is Absolutely Frustrating

My fionce is a paternity fraud victim, the cases originated in denver co, and we live in columbia sc.

 Denver child support enforcement sent the case to south carolina and we went o court yesterday and my Fionce was ordered to pay 3500 or do 9 monhhs in jail and the paternity test says he is not the father. I am so frustrated we have filed motions to set aside parantage in colorado the judge absolutely disregared the recent filings. I want my money back and I am at my wits end, I have no clue what to do next or even how to help him.

mizzyazz mizzyazz
22-25
5 Responses Feb 24, 2010

It's not just genetics. When we adopted our son it was our choice. There was no threat of incarceration if we didn't choose to be his parents.

Regarding our son, who is now a single adult, he was told he was going to be a father and was asked to sign an Affidavit of Parentage after having just witnessed childbirth. Court admissible skin cell samples taken before the child turned two, proved with 0% probability that he was not the father. He filed a Revocation of Parentage. The judge said he had never heard of the lab he'd used and ordered a 2nd DNA test, a blood DNA test, this time, from a different lab, upon which the Judge would base his decision about the revocation. This test also said with 0% probability that he was the father. The judge never ruled on the results, though. Now I realize he never planned to. The Court is saying that because the biological father withdrew his order to intervene, four months later after our son filed a Revocation of Parentage, that the Court couldn't "abandon a child."

Could the judge have exceeded a time limit before which the Court would have been required to have made a decision? We spent over $8500 on a private attorney over the course of 8 months, in addition to the cost of two three party DNA tests, which was an additional $1100. We used up our savings and tax refund and spent one third of our annual income to stand by our son. How can anyone who is paying child support also afford to hire an attorney?

The child knows who is biological father is and they have a father son relationship. The child has never known my son as his father. My son and the mother never lived together with the child in the same household.

Now our son says he never wants to have children and won't date anyone who does. He feels taken advantage of by her, by the state, and by those entrusted to uphold justice. When I tell him to not give up, because now Michigan has three new paternity laws, he resents that, too. I hope to prove to him I'm wrong!

People should not be deemed criminals because they mistakenly trusted someone they loved, who was dishonest--about something so important. Doing "the right thing" should not be a crime. And now that DNA testing can leave no doubt, the Court should not knowingly act as an accomplice. 616-856-1025

Freedom is not free - it never was, and no one that you should ever believe again will tell you that it is. You can fight for your ultimate freedom by forcing the state to incarcerate you and pay for your living expenses, your current wife and childs welfare, and lose the tax revenue you would have provided. Or you can decide the cost of fighting for your freedom is just too high, and bow the knee, and pay the tribute. It's really your choice. And one man doing this will not force the state to change its approach. But all men in this situation taking the route of what amounts to a financial strike will force a change.

. I belong to a group of Paternity Fraud victims and we are named NC Crusaders To Vanquish Paternity Fraud. Join us. Help us get the Paternity Fraud law changed in North Carolina, South Carolina and the United States.. I can be reached at 843-399-0313. My name is William Cain.

. I belong to a group of Paternity Fraud victims and we are named NC Crusaders To Vanquish Paternity Fraud. Join us. Help us get the Paternity Fraud law changed in North Carolina, South Carolina and the United States.. I can be reached at 843-399-0313. My name is William Cain.

Fight it! Fine a good attorney who specializes in family law. Although it may cost you a couple thousand, you will save much money and trouble in the long run.