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I am divorced for four years. I was married one time to the

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I am divorced for four years. I was married one time to the same woman for a period of 31 years. This last summer my youngest daughter and I have discovered through DNA tests   that she is not my daughter. My ex wife had an affair and child during our marriage which wasn't mine. My ex has    destroyed my faith in relationships. My life and that of my immediate family has   been completely torn apart by this. I consider this crime worse than rape. Someone which is raped has a family to     support them. Her inconsideration has destroyed me and     my family. What recourse do I have. I emotionally and        financially did everything I was ever supposed to as a father and husband. Can I sue her and the biological father   for paternity. can I set a pattern to protect others in this      situation from a similiar fate. I would like to set a presedent. s a man do I have civil rights.                                Emotionally dejected in Florida
Submitted: 7 years ago.
Category: Family Law
Expert:  RayAnswers replied 7 years ago.
Thanks for your question. Sympathy for the situation. You cannot undo the past here as far as child support. But this might well favor you here in dealing with spousal support issues here since you are the inocent spouse .

Again I am sorry for the grief involved but you have to move on. Ther really is no recourse here against the ex or the bio father iin your situation. I wish I could tell you otherwise.
But her deception may yet cost her in spousal support. I wish you good luck here..

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