Hi, thank you for your question. How old are the children?
Hi, thank you for your question. How old are the children and how was this information disclosed to you?
Apologies for the delay in responding. How did you find out about this information and has a DNA test been undertaken to confirm this?
Thanks for confirming. When was your ex-wife aware of this?
Thank you. Legally, a final court order such as a lump sum or property transfer arising out of a divorce cannot be varied or discharged. However, if it can be proved that there was fraud, dishonesty or misrepresentation in the proceedings, disclosure of which would have led to a materially different outcome or settlement, then there will be grounds for the court to revisit the decision. What you will need to assess, and possible seek detailed legal advice upon disclosure of the documentation, is if the court would have made a materially different decision, and given that you have one young biological child with her, I am not confident that there would have been a materially different outcome.
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