An astonishing trap inside of family law devastates military men, their own children and the women who love them. These men of honor never see the trap until the door closes behind him, then it is too late.
Some would say that military men are protected by the Soldiers and Sailors Relief Act (SSRA). Not true, at best it is a great theory, but not actual practice.
Carnell Smith has found or met victims in the Navy, Marines, Army, Air Force, Coast Goard and National Guard.
What is the trap that ensnares so many military men? The answer of course is paternity fraud. Checkout the article written by Glen Sacks and Jeffrey Leving
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Another family law problem for military fathers is paternity fraud. According to Carnell Smith, Executive Director of the National Family Justice Association, deployed soldiers are often “targeted and preyed upon” by unscrupulous …
The next time you hear a military man say “I’m getting married because she said “I’m pregnant and you’re the father”. Yell “DANGER, WARNING” — trust but verify by DNA test.
Encourage him to read this blog post, count to ten, see the videos on PaternityFraud.com and say the wedding is contingent upon legal DNA paternity test results of 99.99% or higher. And if proven as the biological father — attend and graduate from premarital counseling then wedding.
What if the DNA results are zero percent? Can you say dodged a bullet!
Rumor has it that military marriages entered in the “heat of the moment” can yield 18 – 21 years of regret plus your military pension.
Or worse, did you hear about the officer who learned that 3 of 3 kids not his from his now ex-wife. And each kid was fathered by a different man. The Department of Child Support Services (DCSS) and the California courts have ordered the defrauded officer to pay child support with no parenting time or visitation.
Yes, California and Texas hold to the archaic belief that any child born during the marriage is automatically the husband’s child even if legal DNA paternity testing shows zero percent paternity. Truth is not required in family court as shown here.
Where’s the protection by the Soldiers and Sailors Relief Act (SSRA) for married and single military men under California orders? Not applicable since California supports the uniform parentage act (UPA) and does not allow married or divorced men to challenge paternity after the child’s second birthday.
Seems a bit hypocritical when the child’s mother is not required by law to make a truthful paternity affidavit before the child’s second birthday. For more information, see http://www.paternityfraud.com/time-limits-support-paternity-fraud.html