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By haku4u - / Monday 1 April 2013 23:18 / United States - Port Charlotte
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By  perdix  |  29

Maybe the kid matured and its DNA finally matches yours. That could happen.

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  AKGirlinSD  |  20

8, Ding! Ding! Ding! This woman is only after his money and thinks that, somehow, there won't be another DNA test. I feel sorry for the child based on how stupid her mother is!

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  ryan112  |  12

Great. Another person trying to do whatever she can to live off of the government or other people rather than do it like all the other strong and independent mothers have done such as my mother of 4 children!

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  llama612  |  27

@14 I doubt there would even been need of another DNA test it would be in the court records showing that the previous DNA test proved OP wasn't the father. Some people just never learn though.

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  caysters  |  12

In some states, if you are the main provider for a kid, even if not biologically yours, and you divorce, the courts can mandate you pay child support. My mom said had she and her ex husband divorced when we were under the age of 18, she could have gone after him for child support had she felt like it, but she isn't that mean, and I was 21 when they split.

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  alycion  |  26

The problem is in some states it doesn't matter. If a man makes one payment on his own, he is stu k whether the kid is his or not. There are a few other conditions too. It falls under what is best for the child. Pretty messed up.

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  niallo  |  23

This one is actually very easy. And you don't even need a lawyer. Move for dismissal as the case was already adjudicated. That's it. Just bring the old case number and dismissal paper (if you don't have it, the court will have copies).

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  bamagrl410  |  31

The court will probably go through the docket, see the case, and laugh her out of the room. I can't believe she's dumb enough to think they'll overlook a DNA test, not do another one, and not just throw the case out. Some people...

By  perdix  |  29

Maybe the kid matured and its DNA finally matches yours. That could happen.

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  VVeetard  |  8

Wtf. I hope you're joking.

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  Bakarra  |  22

17, perdix didn't get to become one of the top commenters by being a retard. Or maybe he did, I haven't been around that long myself.

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  Bakarra  |  22

20 apparently everyone here can be just kidding but only ill be taken seriously...haha

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  Bakarra  |  22

If you want to report me go right ahead, the FML community is quite flippant in it's judging of people's comments, anyone who disagrees with the opinion of a popular fmler is automatically thumbed down, I've been thumbed down multiple times for my blatant sarcasm being taken seriously. Feel free to look at my favorites, most of which have comments of mine that are thumbed up.

By  PenguinBitch  |  43

She's looking for someone to drag down along with her other problems. You proved her wrong the first time and still suing you for child support? She should used the money she's paying her lawyer with for her child.

By  Kalipczo  |  21

Sue her right back for harassment. I'm not exactly sure how our legal and suing system works, but I know you can make a counterclaim and put out a restraining order. If you know youre not the father you've got nothing to worry about. She's just going to look crazy.

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  Bakarra  |  22

Ooooor he could just bring the results of the previous DNA test to court with him. It's pretty damning evidence I'd think. But yea then a restraining order would be in...order...

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  toalysium  |  15

If it was already decided in court all he should* have to do is get his lawyer to dismiss it by summary judgment. It's called issue preclusion. *don't know the state so can't be more specific.

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