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Hi, I'm Stacy and will be assisting you today. I'm sorry to hear you're in this situation. Unfortunately, the only way to know is to ask him. If he is not giving you information which you believe, your only other option is to hire a private investigator. You could try to file a request with vital statistics for a copy of the child's birth certificate. I know someone who suspected her husband had fathered a child during their marriage. She submitted a request to vital statistics for a copy of the alleged child's birth certificate. They granted the request and provided a copy to her and it confirmed her husband was the listed father. She then used that in their divorce and child custody hearings. You would need to know what city he was born in and the mother's name as well.
I hope this answers your question. If you need a link to where you can request those records online, I can provide that as well. Please leave a positive rating if you've found my information helpful. Good luck with this very difficult situation.
I understand. Watching my friend go through it was difficult. This should be the link you need. Good luck.
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