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Under Missouri law, paternity is assumed if the child's mother and father were married at the time of birth. However, paternity is in question if a child is born out of wedlock.

Paternity issues arise when fathers are prevented from seeing or having a relationship with their child after birth, or if an individual finds themselves sued for child support, even if they do not believe that the child is theirs.

It is essential to know and understand your paternity rights or seek to determine the child's paternity in either situation.

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