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Presumption of Paternity by S.B. Redd

Presumption of Paternity (edition 2012)

by S.B. Redd

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Title:Presumption of Paternity
Authors:S.B. Redd
Info:MavLit Publishing (2012), Paperback, 310 pages
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Presumption of Paternity by S. B. Redd

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Each year, thousands of married men face an unwelcomed and oft-times emotionally agonizing experience of learning that the child they presumed to be theirs is not. They learn either through the wife’s admission or some other source. Presumption of paternity is a legal definition that still exists in several states, meaning what is born in a marriage is considered to be of that marriage whether the child is the husband’s (or ex-husband’s) or not. Some men also find themselves paying child support for another man’s child even after he’s proven the child is not his. In the cruelest of ironies, Garner Davis now lives through something that is part of a secret his mother, Miriam, kept from him throughout his childhood and well into his adult years. Presumption of Paternity is the sequel to national selling author S.B. Redd’s critically acclaimed Warped Intentions, and it is sure to evoke emotions that will lead readers on a page turning experience.

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