What are the circumstances in which an acknowledgment of paternity can be held invalid in Wyoming?
My boyfriend has signed an acknowledgment of paternity. I want to know the circumstances in which an acknowledgment of paternity can be held invalid. I am a resident of Wyoming.01/18/2017 | Category: Paternity » Acknowledgment | State: Wyoming | #30480
Wyo. Stat. § 14-2-602 reads:
“(b) An acknowledgment of paternity is void if it:
(i) States that another man is a presumed father, unless a denial of paternity signed or otherwise authenticated by the presumed father or a court order rebutting the presumption is filed with the state office of vital records;
(ii) States that another man is an acknowledged or adjudicated father; or
(iii) Falsely denies the existence of a presumed, acknowledged or adjudicated father of the child.”