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What other evidence proves paternity?
Several types of evidence may prove that you are a child's father, including:
Hospital, religious, or school records;
A court order or decree that does not meet the requirements for court orders set out above;
A statement from the attending physician, relative, or other person who knows the child's relationship to you, including the basis for that knowledge; and
Evidence that you and the child's mother were living together at the time of the child's conception.
Last Revised: March, 2001
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