Q: i am married my wife is being a * and im needing a DNA testing for my youngest kid. and i also was needing divorce help
my wife is dating her boss and is always away from home and i was needing to know how i can get custody of both kids until im able to we get dna testing done for both of my boys
A: Right up my alley. Give me a call and let's go after her. -Jon R. Boyd. 817-338-4500.
A: You should get the DNA test done before any divorce is finalized. After it is finalized you would be responsible for child support. You could file for divorce and ask for temporary custody since your youngest is still considered your child. Then you could request a DNA test for confirmation. FYI you can do DNA test which are almost just as accurate as the clinics. Good luck 888-343-4529.
A: Hire a lawyer, file for divorce, request temporary orders hearing asking for temporary custody.
You can do your own DNA test first if you would like without requesting it through the court. I don't think it is advisable to bring up the issue of paternity until you are sure of the result if you don't have to. It causes too many hard feelings.
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