No. In the State of Texas a child born or conceived during the marriage is presumed to be the natural child of the father. You must file a denial of paternity and then have testing performed after the birth. You may also need to include the natural father in the proceedings. If you fail to follow the proper steps you will be the presumed father and ultimately responsible. Furthermore, you must testify to the court concerning children or expected children.
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