You have rights. If you were never served properly, you may set aside the judgment for paternity under CCP Section 473(b). This motion must be filed within certain time constraints which any decent lawyer will know, or, in the alternative, you may look up. I say look it up because the time constraints are different depending on the particular facts of you case and range from 6 months to 2 years of discovery of the judgment.
Once set aside, mom will not have a choice and will be forced to submit to a DNA test.
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He needs to contact DCSS. if indeed he was unaware of this proceeding (which the huge support arrearage seems to support) they may be able to unwind this mess.
IF he was just dodging this --I have to wonder why DCSS had not found hum all this time) he will simply have to pay,
See link below.