Birth Certificate Father


#1

Look in NC Statutes 130A-101 for your answer. Good luck.

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#2

I have looked and looked for the Statute that deals with the husband being presumed the father of a child born during wedlock and his name being required on the birth certificate regardless of the mother’s insistance that he’s not the father. I can’t seem to find it (although I did locate it a few years ago for a friend). Another friend needs the statute and I can’t find it. Is it possible that this law has been changed/deleted?

Thanks.

tigger