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Cases of Interest: Paternity
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ARKANSAS: R.N. v. J.M. & B.M., No. 01-174 (Ark. Dec. 6, 2001).
In this case, the petitioner appealed the denial of his petition to establish the paternity of a minor child who was born to the respondent during her marriage to the co-respondent.
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ILLINOIS: In re Parentage of M.J. & N.J., No. 1-00-0590 (Ill. App. Ct. Oct. 29, 2001).
The complaint sought to establish the paternity and child support obligations for twin boys that the plaintiff conceived through artificial insemination. The defendant was not married to the plaintiff and he was not the semen donor.
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MICHIGAN: Hauser v. Reilly, ___ Mich. App. ___, 536 N.W.2d 865 (1995).
The putative father brought a paternity action alleging that he was the father of a child born to the mother while she was married to another man. The mother claimed that the putative father lacked standing to bring the action, because the mother was married when the child was conceived and born. The trial court agreed with the mother, and dismissed the putative father's action.
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PENNSYLVANIA: Tregoning v. Wiltschek et al., 2001 Pa. Super. 243 (Aug. 20, 2001).
In this case, the trial court ordered the husband to submit to blood tests when his wife, the mother, denied his paternity.
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TENNESSEE: West v. Floyd, No. M1999-00334-COA-R3-CV (Tenn. Ct. App. Apr. 11, 2001).
In this case, the appellant, having signed a Marital Dissolution Agreement later incorporated into a divorce decree, sought by a Rule 60 motion to have a portion of the decree dealing with the paternity of a child conceived while the parties were married, and born after the parties were divorced, voided as against public policy.
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