Q: I've had money taken from me for A child that's not mine from over 20 years and they're grown I want my money back
My stimulas has been taken and in the past it was made to stop garnishing wges but didn't know I can't get unemployment either I am not the father
A: The judge is going to ask you: Why did you wait 20 years to challenge that you are not the father? Why didn't you do that 20 years ago? If you look back at the original order it no doubt says that you are the father in the original order. If you were not the original father, it should have been challenged then. It is probably too late. I say probably because I don't know all the facts. There is not enough information here.
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