My question involves child support in the State of: Texas
Please accept my apology in advance, as I may ruin a few Thanksgivings with this one. Do not read further if you are easily offended, as this situation is well into 'tasteless' territory.
As to 'defending a paternity suit' .... after a year and a half of NCP successfully dodging a dna test it is finally done. The test is done, the results we already knew. You think that wraps it up? No. NCP is going to 'defend the paternity suit' by claiming that I took the contents of a condom and impregnated myself with a turkey baster. ROFLMAAAAOOOO. On what planet? Really? People, I am terrified here. Not of this claim, but of offending the judge when I burst into laughter the second I hear the words 'turkey baster' spoken ... out loud ... in a courtroom. I can't even say it without cracking up. It is the most bizarre and desperate display I have ever witnessed. Not his proudest moment by any means.
On a more serious note, and to my question. Is there even such a thing as a 'defense to a paternity suit'? The dna is in, there is nothing to 'defend'. It is just a matter of numbers now. What do you suppose he is angling for?
p.s. Brief history - he has known from conception she is his child. He paid support randomly up until I filed for court ordered support, and he then chose to deny paternity as a means to delay.