Q: I was married in 2009 I got a divorce and I have a court order for me to pay child support I produced a DNA test during.
I produced a dna test during the divorce and the judge threw the DNA test out and forced me to pay child support
A: I suppose your question is why you have to pay and he threw out the test. There are certain laws governing children born during the marriage which could be used in your circumstance to do what the Judge did in not allowing the test results. If you lived with the mother and child for two years for example, then you become the father by statute. You must pay the child support.
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