Miami, FL asked in Family Law for Florida

Q: Family law halfway threw establishing paternity she says hes not mine

She won't let me see my boy so I filed motion to establish paternity doing good so far alone agenst her lawyer I'm proud of my progress although we have mediation in a month and now she's saying he's not my child but won't consent to a DNA test outside of court what do I do if he's not mine am I just screwed or is there something I can do yes I made the signing birth certificate mistake ..

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John Arthur Smitten

Answered
  • Clearwater, FL
  • Licensed in Florida

A: Get a judge to Order DNA. You should hire a lawyer to represent you in the case.

Autumn Warner

Answered
  • Jacksonville, FL
  • Licensed in Florida

A: While it is wonderful that you have made huge progress in this case on your own, it may be time to hire an attorney who has experience in this area. You should motion to court and request a DNA test. If the court orders the DNA test the mother of the child will be ordered by the court to submit the child for DNA testing.

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