Paternity Fraud


August 24, 2004

In the summer of 2004, in a California Court case, a man filed in court to set aside the order of paternity and order of child support which were both on default against him five years earlier. The appellate court did set aside those orders, once paternity testing proved him not to be the father. In this case, the man was never married to the mother and never lived with her. He never even knew the child. Women’s advocates, under the label of children’s advocates, are fiercely fighting this decision and wanting to have it unpublished so that it cannot be used to help other such “non-fathers.” Read more