In a case where a wife gives birth to a child of a male other than her husband, the child is legally considered the child of the husband — unless the husband files an objection with the family court within a year of learning of the birth. That was the traditional way of proving the biological relationship in court recognition proceedings before DNA testing was available. In that sense, refusing to take a test can backfire on the suspected father. And it is still a legally acceptable way to determine paternity. However, judges love to have DNA tests in recognition proceedings because the proof is simple and clear. In some countries it has become mandatory to take the test, and if the man refuses, he is declared father of the child. The man can attempt to rebut this, denying he had sex with the mother or admitting it but claiming she also had sex with other men during the period when she got pregnant. Laws concerning the parent-child relationship are complex.
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