If you do not believe there was ever a formal order, you may want to get a copy of the file from the San Diego court case, but you will want to contact DCSS in Ontario and speak with them immediately. It is important to keep in communication with DCSS when trying to sort things out.
Also, you may want to speak with a local attorney to determine what your choices would be, because someone is claiming that this is your child. Without specifics on the details of your case, you may or may not have any recourse against this.
Phong H. Han
Eaton & Associates
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Bakersfield, CA 93301
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Get an attorney to assist you with this. You very well may not have been served. However, I suspect that you were served by publication in a newspaper.Ask a similar question