Child Support for a child that is found not to be mine in the Bahamas
Category: Relationships and Society > Law
Asked by: sandoe-ga
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05 Nov 2006 17:51 PST
Expires: 05 Dec 2006 17:51 PST
Question ID: 780379
I just found out that my daughter is not mine after seven years. A couple of years ago her mother put me on child support. I was paying and then got behind in the payments. I moved to the US and married. The problem is that I had a court case for child support and did not go. When my daughter came over to the states this summer, I had a DNA test done. I was excluded as the father, 0% probability. In contacting a lawyer over in the Bahamas I was told that I will still have to pay back child support and take another test in the Bahamas. Do anyone have any insight into this type of situation?
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Re: Child Support for a child that is found not to be mine in the Bahamas
From: daniel2d-ga on 05 Nov 2006 22:54 PST
If that's what you were advised to do (hopefully by a knowlegeable person) then do it. The case is before a court in the Bahamas and that is where it will have to be resolved.
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