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the child is 13yrs old - it's the fathers father adding all the conditions to control the maintenance - we complied and I paid R 1488 for the test from UNISTEL , they required the father to get the test from his GP in London and as per Copy and paste from 19AUG email from GrandfatherCVB - his son does not want to prove he is the father, he knows he is the father it's just that CVB is preventing maintenance until WE supply & post the results of the Paternity test to match for him to match against his DNA , the man is evil - his motives are ulterior and controlling apart from believing he is representing his son who I know would not jeopardise his relationship with his daughter
For your granddaughter's sake, I would implore you to explore the first option first, and only when that door is closed, consider the others.
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