October 5, 2012

IN TENNESSEE, justice for victims of paternity fraud. “The Tennessee Supreme Court has ruled in favor of a man who was misled into thinking he had fathered a son and ordered that he be awarded more than $25,000 for child support, medical expenses and insurance premiums he had paid. In a unanimous ruling published Monday, the court said Tennessee law allows a former spouse to pursue a fraud claim against a mother who misrepresented the identity of a child’s biological father.”

I wonder if they read Michael Higdon’s article on the subject? Here’s the opinion. The wife sounds like every man’s nightmare.

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