September 2014 | 923 P.2d 758 (Wyo. 1996)

JA v. CJH (Wyoming 1996)

Where no timely action has been instituted within 5 years of a child’s birth to declare the nonexistence of a father and child relationship, the statutory presumption of paternity becomes absolute, and any action to establish another’s paternity is foreclosed.

JA v. CJH.pdf

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