This question is in regard to an upcoming paternity entrapment case.I follow up with a question on this.... If an Acknowledgment of Paternity form was signed (yet to be determined), is it required (by CT state law) to have DNA/Blood tests to determine paternity or is this just an option because a form was signed?
A document such as that would not be available online. You may go to the courthouse and speak to the clerk of the court to look at the file.
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Attorney Anthony gave you sound advice. This is not something you can find online--please go to your local court and ask the clerk for assistance in finding out whether you signed the acknowledgement or not.
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