Paternity when fraud or duress is involved
In a recent Paternity case the Superior Court ruled that there is no limitations period for a father to challenge a judgment of paternity when fraud or duress was involved. See Tata v Levine, CT Sup Ct 64 Conn.L. Rptr 19, 2017. However, the father must present clear and convincing evidence that he was deceived into signing paternity papers.