October 2015 | 800 N.W.2d 249 (Neb. 2011)

Cesar C v. Alicia L (Nebraska 2011)

The proper effect of a signed, unchallenged acknowledgment of paternity is a finding that the individual who signed as the father is the legal father. This finding may only be rebutted by proving fraud, duress, or material mistake of fact with regard to the execution of the acknowledgement.

Cesar C. v. Alicia L.pdf

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