The Florida Supreme Court unanimously ruled that a man whose wife lied to him about her child’s paternity still must make support payments because he filed too late to challenge them in court.

The unanimous holding in Richard Edward Parker v. Margaret J. Parker upheld a 2005 decision by the 4th District Court of Appeal and overrules a conflicting 1990 decision by the 1st District.

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