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I filed child support on my father's son (which is my first cousin) but now i wanna stop the case before  he has to take a dna test im just worried the state will find out we're cousins take my son is this possible please someone help me with any advice asap

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which state?

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according to the most recent information we have, AND that i could find with a quick google search, marriage between first cousins is perfectly legal in the state of new mexico. for that reason, having a child with your first cousin is also going to be legal, and you have nothing to worry about.

but the standard disclaimer here... i'm not an attorney, and if you have any doubts, you'll need to ask one.

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(and good luck getting him to pay child support. i hope he'll actually do right by his child and pay!)

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Ok did i miss something here?  Your father's son would be your brother!!

Did you mean your son's father?

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Lmao omg im so sorry yes thats what i meant when i wrote that i was just in straight panic mode last night

Thank u for help and we have talked about it finally no worries anymore

He admitted to doing wrong and understanding why i even filed

Child support hes taking full responsiblity of being an coldhearted mofo

Thank you once again

Less stress out now :)

One more thing can the state find out if we are cousins ?

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Probably not if you aren't pursuing the filing for child support. And there probably wouldn't

be a reason for them to know anyway.

Or unless a disgruntled family member ratted you out. I'm not even sure it would matter then.

Best advice over all is to seek an attorney to answer the legal questions.

And thanks for clearing that up for me!!

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