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Utah has decided an important dual paternity case, link below. The law in Kentucky is unsettled where a husband/non-biological father wants to continue a relationship with and support of a child born during the marriage. Although a case is pending in the Kentucky Court of Appeals, until a KY case is published the Utah decision lends support to the argument that unnecessary attacks on paternity should be discouraged.

http://www.utcourts.gov/opinions/appopin/pearson033006.pdf

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