No, in all that writing, I forgot to tell you that during the six months that I spent time with him, she once asked me if I wanted to do the test and I replied to her that i was sure he was Jason's son and I would go on her word on that and that is as far as it got....My son has spent very little time with him. Only recently out of jail and not working and to my dismay does not wnat to spend the time with the child because this will only bring him into the mothers life again or some such reason....he has been with the child but the child still feels only comfortable around me and puts up a big fuss if Im not there. That would eventually be changed...evan is only 2 and still does not talk but does understand his surroundings. That is another matter that I was concerned with....he was shown very little training, as a mother would do with her child, and in the six months that I spent with him he learned so much...even the boyfreind made that remark at one time
Could you answer one more question...I did plan on getting the paternity test but unfortunaltely it can only be done by court order...she will not allow me to be around the child. This is the only way I can be sure to have the right. How do I go about getting the order to be performed
Yes I am aware that he will have to be involved and that will not be problem, but can you give me info on that step as you did with the first by sending me the 9-13-103 reference. Is there another section for the steps that I am required to forgo for the paternity test order...or is this just aother form that I must get and fill out by the county clerk. This would be of great help also.
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