Greetings. First, he has to take the paternity test, and he should want to do the same. I do not know whether or not he will have to pay for the same if administered by NC Child Support Enforcement, but he should carefully ask who has to pay for this test.
Next, you may want to file a child custody action. What type of person denies her son his father…especially when his father is a hardworking, honest, upstanding man? This is the question you will want to put in front of the court. It may also be in the best interests of the minor child for his father to be in his life and all the lies he was told to be revealed. If you can obtain custody, then she may end up paying you support. Best of luck and I am sorry to hear about her evil, underhanded, devious, and callous ways.
Janet L. Fritts
Attorney at Law
4101 Lake Boone Trail, Suite 200
Raleigh, North Carolina 27607
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