Costa Rica/my child leaving CR

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Lic.Gregory Kearney Lawson wrote at 2014-05-10 23:18:26
If the father is not listed as the father of the child then there will be no problem, if the father wanted he could ask for a DNA test or even acknowledge himself as the father of the child, if there is a conflict regarding who the father is, then a paternity investigation would be needed and can be filed in court by either parent.

This is true in Costa Rica as well as in the USA.

Lic.Gregory Kearney Lawson

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