My question involves paternity law for the State of: TX
My husband and I are starting the divorce process and he wants a DNA test done on our kids. We have been married 5.5 years and have 3 kids 5,3.5 and 2. I was pregnant with my oldest when we met so he knows for a fact that she isn't his child and her bio has never been in the picture but her bio knows about her and wants nothing to do with her. Can husband get out of child support even though he knew when he signed the BC she wasn't his for a fact. There was not a AOP signed.
The other 2 were both concieved in the marriage and he has taken them in as his own. Although we both suspect the youngest is not his as we were seperated and actually filed for divorce then but couldn't get it finalized because of pregnancy. I am not sure how this would all work out as far as child support goes. He has claimed and supported them as his own, even now with the divorce buts wants paternity testing. If the youngest isn't his does he still have to pay child support since he was presumed father and never took action towards this till now. Or are the kids suddenly left without a father if he doesn't want to be in thier lives anymore.