Today on my show, we had a discussion about paternity fraud, and how long men should be held financially responsible after finding out that the woman has lied to them about a child being theirs.

Scott Trout (managing partner of Cordell and Cordell, who has helped many clients in this situation) and Carnell Smith (of US Citizens Against Paternity Fraud, who advocates on this issue) offered their expert opinions on the matter, and we heard from several people, men and women, who have first-hand experience with this problem. Bottom line is that legislatures need to change the laws so the inbred bias against men is removed, there’s no statute of limitations, and that women who commit this fraud be held criminally responsible.

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