Yes, and only one is his. I'm not entirely sure why it matters if the kids are harmed though. That seems to be a different issue.Because, at this point, there are 4 children between the ages of 9 and driving age who all think of him as their father, and who can be substantially harmed by his sudden absence.
Yes, and I'm saying that should be changed since he clearly is not the father of the kids as he thought when that happened. If the state wants men to support children that are not theirs then clearly they need to consider DNA tests on delivery. Of course, the man could always ask for that, but haha, that isn't going to go so well.Because he is legally the father.
Yes, on false pretenses and I happen to disagree with the last bit.Because he already MADE a decision to be the father, and once you have made that decision, you can't simply walk away from it.