A divorced man who paid childsupport for 13 years before learning that he was not the child’s biologicalfather still must continue to make support payments, a Queens Supreme Courtjustice has ruled.

Dismissing Joseph Ocasio’sapplication to terminate child support as “no more or less than an economicconsideration,” Justice Phyllis Orlikoff Flug declared that the paramountconcern in such a case must be the best interests of the child.

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