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Old 12-18-2013, 02:24 AM
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I've heard from several sources over the years that in some/many jurisdictions a child born in wedlock is considered to be legally the child of the married couple no matter what the biological situation was which led to conception. If the OP lives in such a place then psycho-boyfriend can get all the paternity tests he wants but it won't change the legal parentage of the child.


Actually, if a child is born in wedlock it is ASSUMED to be the spouse's. So name will automatically be on the birth certificate UNLESS, the husband has questions. After the birth, IF someone says they believe themselves to be the father and sues for paternity test, THEN it can be changed.
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