Paternity fraud is rampant in the United States, triggering legislation and legal challenges in more than a dozen states, according to family law attorneys and fathers’ rights activists.
At issue: Men claim women are getting away with trickery — DNA evidence may show a man is not the father, but the courts are still forcing him to pay child support anyway.
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