Top Md. court: No right to paternity test for man who signed affidavits of parentage

A man who signed affidavits of parentage identifying himself as the “natural father” of twin boys on the Eastern Shore is not entitled to a paternity test years later to determine if he is actually their father, a divided Court of Appeals has held. Although Justin Davis argued that his signing of the affidavits was legally ...

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