Day: May 7, 2013

ESTABLISHING PATERNITY AGAINST A DECEASED NCP

Suppose a mom (CP) visits her local state child support office and alleges that a certain man (NCP) is her child’s father. Then suppose that midway through the adjudication process, the NCP dies before a DNA test could be administered. In most cases child support is typically void at this point. Most child support offices would …

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