A new law gives men the right to DNA testing — but there still are hurdles when the mother is married to another man.
DNA tests have been ordered in the case of a Flint judge who is facing a $4.1 million lawsuit for financial support of two children.
A Genesee County judge has been sued by an attorney who claims he fathered her two children and shirked his parental responsibilities.
But now DNA, and not just marriage, is the grounds of a paternity decision in Michigan.
Gov. Rick Snyder has signed bills that give biological fathers some rights to their children, even if the mothers were married to other men at the time of a child’s birth.
A Hartland man will ask a state legislative panel to change a law that he says is keeping him from his 6-year-old daughter.