Monday, August 12, 2013
From the Balimtore Sun:
While many on the sidewalk snicker at the sight of a mobile DNA testing clinic, some family law experts say the growing availability of such tests raises serious concerns about destabilizing families.
Jane Murphy, a family law professor at the University of Baltimore School of Law, said she's seen heart-wrenching cases where children are devastated over the results of a paternity test.
"It's not a joke to them who their father is," she said. In many cases, children had a long-term relationship with a man they believed was their father, only to find out he is not.
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