I am uncertain my 32 year old daughter is my biological child. My ex-wife had an affair around the time she was conceived, and resulted in our divorce.
Generally speaking, no. If you were married at the time that your daughter was born then you are considered her legal father and there is no recourse for you to be able to sue for back child support even if you are not the biological father. Paternity law in Utah is very complicated though so I would always encourage you to talk to an attorney about the specifics of your case.
I ago with the other answer. I just wanted to add that if your daughter is really 32, the statute of limitation would have ran years ago.
If you have an relationship with your daughter, trying to bring this kind of suit may end it. The daughter would probably not react kindly to your attempt to remove yourself as her father.
My answer does not constitute legal advice and may not be relied upon by anyone for any purpose and does not constitute an attorney/client relationship or an offer to form such a relationship.
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