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If the mediated settlement agreement was agreed upon before proof of paternity occurred and was under the mistaken assumption that the person was the father, this is grounds to void the agreement based on mistake or even material misrepresentation and both of those are grounds to void the agreement. You would have to go to the court with a motion to vacate based on material mistake or misrepresentation to seek to void the agreement and start over again.
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