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Posted about 2 years ago.

The husband has been receiving benefits for the child since birth and the wife admits to being in contact with the husband. The alleged biological father doesnt have contact with the child. The husband knew he was not the father and still signed the BC and wanted to remain listed as the father. The wife and husband live in different states.

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Posted about 2 years ago.

The child is almost 2yo.

Susan Kathleen Duke
Susan Kathleen Duke, Family Law Attorney - Lakeville, NY
Posted about 2 years ago.

If the child is receiving benefits in the form of cash assistance or Medicaid, you are probably out of luck if the husband does not have a good income source as the county will be looking for reimbursement from wherever they can get it. With the child being only two, you may not have luck claiming the child's interests dictate that the husband remain as father, but I suggest you hire an attorney and make the claim.

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Posted about 2 years ago.

The child isnt receiving any type of state or county assistance. The mother and husband receive pay thru the military for the child. Basic assistance for housing and sustinance. They both are in the military and make good money.