Thank you for your replies.
If you have a court order judgment establishing paternity, that never expires, I don't know what the grandmother is talking about. Once paternity is established that is it, you are the legal father. There is no other case to file after that unless you have filed to ask for child custody
. From the information provided, seems like grandmother is lying.
If the child's birthcertificate is in Oregon, contact the vital records office there, they will help you with adding your name on the birth certificate. Per their website, you will need a certified copy of the paternity order (you can get this on your own and don't need grandma's consent), you then execute another acknowledgement of paternity form (which you need to call vital records to send you), pay $50.00 and vital records birth record order form.
You can review their instructions on this below: Q: Can either parent establish paternity through a court?
You can also contact
Regarding establishing paternity by court order:
Tony Bojanowski,(NNN) NNN-NNNN[email protected]
To help further. I believe grandmother is lying to you and you should be able to do this on your own.
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