KNOWING YOUR RIGHTS
Margarette May Macaulay - JamaicaObserver.com - July 13, 2009
Dear Mrs Macaulay, I am writing on behalf of my sister. She and her husband are separated and she is waiting on funds to start a divorce. However, she wants to take him to court for maintenance of their 10-year-old daughter, but he refuses to accept the summons saying that the child is not his. Fact is, she cheated on him but she swears the child is his. What option does she have? Will she have to pay for the DNA test?
Thank you for your letter on behalf of your sibling.
I am amazed at the difficulty you have written about; I cannot really understand it. Who has been attempting to serve him the summons for maintenance of his 10-year-old child? They do not seem to know what they are doing!
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He says he's not the daddy