Randy A.J. v. Norma L.J.

Cite

2004 WI 41, 270 Wis. 2d 384, 677 N.W.2d 630 (2004)

Summary

(1) Biological father does not have a constitutionally protected interest because of failure to establish a substantial relationship with the child (2) §767.463 cannot be used once genetic tests have been done (3) Equitable parenting doctrine cannot be used in paternity determinations and (4) Mother and biological father are equitably estopped from asserting the genetic tests results to rebut the martial presumption.

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