2003-11-28 13:56:46 UTC
I currently have a CS2 assessment in place in respect of child number
1. There are no problems with figures or payment. The financial side
is OK, however and it is a BIG however, a few weeks ago I was given
some information that leads me to question paternity (this is not
dissimilar to another recent thread, but this time in reverse).
I just got off the phone to Plymouth and, after talking to a nice
young lady called Louise (acting Team Leader), was told that it was
probable that, as I originally accepted paternity, I would not now be
given the opportunity to request a DNA test. She said this was by no
means a definitive answer as she needs to talk to the (currently
unstaffed) paternity section to clarify.
It's quite probable that this is simply another fairy tale from a
disturbed mother out to cause maximum aggravation and avoid pending
legal action, on the other hand, considering that the mother is an
habitual liar with a total aversion to the truth it does lead me to
question my assumption of paternity...
Any clues on where I stand in respect of belatedly requesting a DNA
test, should I choose to do so? (I'm aware that should I in fact be
the father then requesting a DNA test may something that can be used
against me in any legal action, which could explain the reasons behind
her silly games).
Some 'women' just take effin' the biscuit!