September 2014 | 491 U.S. 110 (1989)

Michael H. v. Gerald D. (Federal, US Supreme Court, 1989)

Presumed father statutes are a rational method of protecting the integrity of the family against challenges based on the due process claims of another man (not the husband) claiming paternity. Only a presumed father or mother may rebut a presumption of paternity.

Michael H. v. Gerald D.pdf

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