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The man’s wife had given birth to the child in 2014 but it was only two years later that he found out that he was not the biological father of the child. This resulted in the couple’s divorce and the man applied for abolishment of paternity, which was not granted.
The court had argued that he had applied for the annulment of paternity a couple of months too late. According to the Finnish law men have up to two years to apply for voiding paternity of a child born in wedlock, which turns out to be biologically unrelated. The deadline could be extended only for significant reasons.
The man had argued that the fact that he only had found out later and was shocked by the divorce and emotional distress of the revelation. The court had not seen these reasons as significant enough.
Later the mother of the child had sued the man for alimony and the court had ruled that he is obliged to pay the alimony
originally posted by: TerryDon79
a reply to: Southern Guardian
Because she cheated, does that mean he somehow isn’t the biological father and has zero responsibility for his offspring?
The man’s wife had given birth to the child in 2014 but it was only two years later that he found out that he was not the biological father of the child.
There is a reason that so many men are not attaching themselves to women. To many parasites so they choose the pump and dump philosophy.