kind of a S/O of the child support question just asked.
a lot of people responded that in most states, if you're married and have a child legally the child is the husband's even if it's really not. so in the scenario of the question asked before, what if DNA proves he's not the father? he still has to pay just because he was ONCE married to the mother of that child, but he didn't even conceive that child? how does that makes sense, why doesn't he just give her spousal support then!!? it makes just about as much sense as supporting a child that isn't his. why don't they do DNA tests after a divorce if there is questionable paternity? or do they, and in the previous question the guy just forgot to ask for one at the time?
I think it all has to do with if the DH is on the birth certificate. He is consider the father. Cause he allowed it.
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