When a child is born to a married woman, there is no need for the woman's husband to declare his paternity to legally claim the child as his own. It is automatically assumed that any children born to a married mother are her husband's biological children as well. But this is not always the case. Sometimes, children are conceived during extramarital affairs. This might not be discovered until years after the child's birth, possibly after the parents' divorce and thousands of dollars of child support.
What are your options if you find out your alleged child is not biologically yours? Find out by contacting an experienced divorce attorney to determine your rights and if you can possibly recover the money you spent in child support.