September 2014 | Paula Roberts, Center for Law and Social Policy (CLASP)

Truth and Consequences Part III: Who Pays When Paternity is Disestablished?

This is a link to the last in a series of three monographs about paternity disestablishment.  This monograph discusses the fiscal consequences to the child, the parents, and the state if paternity is disestablished.


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