I have four children w/my ex-girlfriend and has been on child support for all four for years. It was recently brought to my attention that I MAY NOT be the father of 2 out of the 4. I was told that since I signed a waiver of DNA (I guess I did if I'm on child support and have been established as the father, but I honestly had no idea what I was doing back then) that it's too late and I must continue paying support. Is this true? If not, what must I do on my end to have this reversed without the expense of an atty? Thank you.
It's too late and "I had no idea what I was doing" is not a reason to have a case set aside.
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Your waiver may not have been valid. You may be able to get something done, but you simply cannot do it yourself and you will need an attorney. Many are giving free consultations nowadays so set one up with an attorney and take copies of all the relevant documents with you for advice.
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