A man in Great Britain wins a £250,000 settlement for paternity fraud.
Richard Mason received the £250,000 settlement from his ex-wife after he found out that she betrayed him for almost 20 years after he found out that he was not the biological father of her three sons as he had been infertile since birth.
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Stories like this one are the reason that any man that has any doubt whatsoever that he may not be the biological father of his children should research the laws in their state to determine how long they have to contest the finding of paternity and whether their state permits civil damages for paternity fraud.
This story is good news although there are very few states in the United States that have any penalty for paternity fraud which is outrageous.
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