Two for the price of one? Or is it the other way around?

Passaic County Judge Sohail Mohammed, based upon DNA paternity testing recently ruled that “AS”, the alleged father of twins, was in fact the father of only one of the children, and therefore would be responsible for child support for one child only.  The mother, who was identified as “TM” admitted that she had had relations with two men in addition to AS the same week that the twins were conceived.   Apparently, and listen closely folks, approximately 1 in every 13,000 reported paternity cases involved twins having separate fathers – who would ever thunk?  Part of this phenomenon is due to the increased use of technology to assist in  reproduction – and as in this case the mother’s promiscuity!    I guess these twins will have lots of interesting conversations in the years to come.

Feel free to contact the Law office of Helen Glass, should you have paternity, child custody, visitation or child support issues.   My 30 years of experience can be put to work for you.