My husband was not married when he and his daughter's mother gave birth to a girl in 1970 in Virginia. The birth certificate states he and the biological mother are the parents, and the girl has her father's last name. The father remained in his daughter's life, until the day she was killed by a drunk driver in Virginia 2003.
All of a sudden, because of a piece of property that was in the daughter's name(but her grandmother lived in until she recently passed away), the mother has claimed the father is not the father, never paid child support, etc.
Doesn't the birth certificate, the death certifcate and the funeral bill her daddy arranged(stating it was for his daughter) mean anything legally?
They say because a legal notorized document wasn't filed by the father is one issue. He has been a part of her life always until she passed.
Can anyone help me? how can we prove parentage in VA after the daughter has passed and was 33 when she passed.