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Judge Patrick L. Woodward wrote for the Court of Special Appeals that Davis “testified that, when he signed the affidavits of parentage, he believed that he was the biological father of the children."  (FILE)
Judge Patrick L. Woodward wrote for the Court of Special Appeals that Davis “testified that, when he signed the affidavits of parentage, he believed that he was the biological father of the children." (FILE)

Md. appeals court agrees it’s too late for paternity test

A man who signed affidavits of parentage naming himself the “natural father” of twin boys cannot later claim insist on a paternity test if he knew when he signed the documents that he might not be the biological father, a Maryland appeals court has ruled.

About Lauren Kirkwood

Lauren Kirkwood covers the business of law beat at The Daily Record.

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