My question involves restraining orders in the State of: Washington.
I have reason to believe I am not the father of a child born recently. Because of this I requested time to sign the paternity affidavit. After requesting this, the mother denied my attempts to get a valid DNA test and filed a request for a non-contact order with false alligations on her statement. My question is: If I don't show proof that the alligations are wrong (which I do have), because I don't want to contact her anyway, could this blow up in my face later?