DNA test was taken to establish paternity for child support against the dad.The results came back 99.92. The mom did not pursue child support after that. Allegedly the dads attorney and Judge told said that the child wasn't his because she didn't pursue child support. I don't think this is true because I thought that both parents and the court receive a copy of the DNA results. The dad had DNA test done in CA and the mom in PA. Also the mom had a relationship with the dad's dad so could the child be the relatives? I don't understand why the dad didn't mention that before he took the test.
"By wasn't his" the attorney can only mean that legal paternity hasn't been established because the mom didn't pursue it in court.
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