Legal Question in Family Law in Connecticut

My son's father took a DNA test and he is not the father.Can he still have rights to my son?

Asked on 10/29/13, 11:03 am

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Linda Subbloie Linda A. Subbloie, Esq.
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Yes. It all depends on the relationship already established between your son and his "father." A court will do what is in the child's best interest. If he as a good relationship with him a court could order that he is his "father," despite the lack of biological connection.

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Answered on 10/29/13, 5:16 pm

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