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Was the child had by your wife while you were married? Are you still married to her?
Okay, thank you. Did you sign an affidavit of paternity at any time? As far as now, do you see your daughter on a regular basis?
Okay thanks. At this point, you are going to have to petition the court to remove paternity. You will really need an attorney to help you do this as there are some complicated hoops to jump through and legal documents to file. What's more, it is likley that the statute of limitations has already run out as most states have 1-2 year limitations on challenging these kinds of actions. However, it is worth seeing a local family law attorney for a free consultation. You can find them here: www.martindale.com.