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Asked on: 5/16/13, 5:56 am

i live in minnesota, have signed a recognition of parentage, with child support, in 4-17-13 did a dna test and the child, is not mind, what do i do now. please help

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Answered on: 5/16/13, 2:31 pm by Maury Beaulier612.240.8005

The Answer may deppend on the child's age. If you signed the Recognition of Parentage less than 60 days ago, you may still revoke it in writing before a Notary and file it with the State. If more than 60 days has elapsed, you must bring an action to disclaim paternity - which is essentially the opposite of a paternity action. Whether or not that can be done ay also depend on the facts of your case and the age of the child.

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Answered on: 5/17/13, 7:50 am by Matthew Majeski

I agree with counsel regarding your options and the timelines. I suggest you contact an attorney to help you look over your facts and see if they can help you rescind the ROP and get out of the child support obligation.


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