I found out I’m not my daughter’s biological father and now her mum won’t let me see her – The Sun
DEAR DEIDRE: I HAD a DNA test done on my six-year-old daughter recently and found out I am not her biological father.
I split from her mother four years ago. She has a new man and recently blocked me from seeing our girl.
When I asked for parental contact, she said I’m not the father.
That’s why I asked for the DNA tests.
I’m 28 and can’t afford to get a solicitor to fight this – but I am heartbroken.
I will always love her, even though I’m not her biological father.
I can’t believe I had no explanation or apology.
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DEIDRE SAYS: This is so heartbreaking for you, but also for your girl – and more damaging for her long-term.
Try to get this message over to your ex.
Ask to have regular contact, for her daughter’s sake.
Get advice on how best to word it, and about court-based options without a lawyer, through Families Need Fathers (fnf.org.uk, 0300 0300 363).
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