Pay Child Support - Even If You Are Not A Parent
The Texas Attorney General's Office is harassing and suing a Texas man in an attempt to force this man to pay child support for a child which the man could not possibly be the biological parent of.
The victim of this completely unwarranted and undeserved attack by the Texas Attorney General has been incapable of fathering children most, (probably all), of his adult life, and a DNA Paternity Test proved that this man is not the biological parent of the child in question, yet the Texas Attorney General's Office continues to harass and sue this man, attempting to force him pay child support for a child he is not the biological parent of.
In September of 1996, a California court awarded a divorce decree to a man seeking divorce from an adulterous spouse who was residing in Texas at the time. That divorce decree contained a ruling that this man would not be ordered to pay child support and that ruling was based in part on a 1993 DNA paternity test which proved that the man could not possibly be the biological parent of his former spouse's female child.
In July of 2009 the Texas Attorney General started a lawsuit against this same man seeking child support. As of March 2010 that lawsuit is ongoing. The Texas Attorney General has been made well aware of both the 1993 DNA paternity test and the 1996 California Court order, but the Texas Attorney General is disregarding all evidence in this case as well as the previous California court ruling.
The questions of whom is the biological parent of the child in question and if the man involved in this lawsuit should pay child support were heard and legally ruled on by a court with proper jurisdiction in 1996. And absolutely nothing material to the matter has changed since that time. The Texas Attorney General is simply attempting to try a case which has already been tried and lawfully ruled on by a California Court. The Texas Attorney General is harassing and suing a Texas citizen for absolutely no valid reason.
And, due to the fact that this entire matter has previously been heard and ruled on by a court with proper jurisdiction, it would appear that the Texas Attorney General is violating this mans civil rights.