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Thank you for your question. I am sorry to hear this.
You do not need him to do a paternity test to determine if you are the father. If you are not, then he presumably is.
Men in this situation often confront the spouse of the adulterer, while women usually confront the adulterer directly. The latter course of action is probably less ugly all around.
You can ask your domestic partner if she will agree to a prenatal paternity test, but you will not be able to get a court ordered paternity test until after the birth.
Adultery is a misdemeanor in Maryland, and is also grounds for divorce or for termination of a Maryland domestic partnership, see
You can get a free consultation from some of the Maryland family law attorneys listed by location here.
I hope this information is helpful.
You have the right to speak with the adulterer and/or his spouse.
I cannot guarantee whether or not you would be sued for harassment, people these days sue at the drop of a hat.