yes I do deny it, however I don't want to do a DNA test.
I live in Jersey in the Channel Islands, not sure if the law here is any different to English law or not
The man that she has named on the birth certificate is or was her husband (I am not sure if they are divorced yet) and he is the father to her other 4 children, does this make a difference? The local Jersey courts have ruled that I am the father as I did not attend any of the hearings and refused a DNA test however I have written to them on several occasions requesting to see the birth certificate so that I can establish myself when the conception was however my requests for a copy of the birth certificate have been ignored.
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I wasn't aware that I could do that as I am not named on it.
I have not raised this matter with the courts as I haven't seen the BC as yet, however I am aware that she has named her husband as the father. It is only since I have started a new relationship that this matter has arisen.
The courts have ruled that I must pay £60 a week and have contacted my employer to deduct this from my wages, I have no idea what grounds they have established this from.
Should I raise a defence with the courts with regard to not being named as father on the Birth certificate and will it be absolutely nessesary for me to do a DNA as I would rather not, I haven't really discussed this with my new partner as it has all come as a bit of an unwelcome surprise