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The person who my wife indicates may be the biological father has not seen or been in contact with my wife for 19 months (9 months of pregnancy + 10 months old). He has no idea that he may be a father. So are you saying that to dispute paternity my wife would have to contact this man and ask him to initiate a paternity test? I was intimate with my wife during the same conception period. How accurate are the tests. What test results would constitute a biological father instead of me.
Another side note; let me know if this is of any consequence. My wife and I had been trying to have a baby for about 10 years but had not been successful. 5 months prior to our 10 month's conception my wife was pregnant but this resulted in a short term miscarriage. There is 100% certainty that I would have been the biological father of that baby.
So you are saying if a paternity test is 99.9% accurate, that would legally eliminate me from being the father?