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Old 01-31-2018, 03:11 PM
 
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Originally Posted by zentropa View Post
He doesn't need to ask. He can easily test the baby during his visitation time. That's how these things normally go.

Oh, unless he wants to spend $1,600 on a non-invasive in utero test. Good luck getting the mom to submit to that blood test after basically accusing her of cheating.
Agree on your second point.

To your first point, how will he get around putting his name on the birth certificate at the hospital? Not trying to be argumentative, just saying I really don't think there is a good way to approach this.
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