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I am sorry to hear about this situation. At this point, someone in your situation may wish to decline the DNA test.
She has the right to go to court and request a paternity suit, in which case the Court can order you to take the test. However, the onus would be on her to file this request. Why voluntarily submit and make it easy for her?
She can file for a paternity suit up to the child being 23 years of age.
Under Ohio Revised Code 3111.13, the parent cannot ask for child support if (a) the child is 3 years of age or older at the time paternity is requested and (b) prior to the filing, the alleged father had no knowledge and could not reasonably have known of his alleged paternity for the child. So if the court believes both of these are true, even if one is the father, no retroactive child support should be granted.
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