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LatestTwins with Different Fathers: This Paternity Issue is Real
Heteropaternal superfecundation is a medical term which, when broken down, basically means different fathers/multiple eggs. It is a term that is only applied to fraternal twins. So how does this happen? It’s really just a matter of simple biology . . .
Most Popular3 Critical Reasons to Establish Paternity NOW
There are three participants involved in any paternity test: mother, potential father and child. If youÃ¢â‚¬â„¢re struggling with whether or not to get answers, here are 3 critical ways paternity testing can benefit each and/or all of you.
Paternity Issues: When Unmarried Parents Split Up
You haven’t married, but that’s not really necessary nowadays, right? When it was just the two of you, probably not. But now that you have a little one, it’s important to know what happens when unmarried parents split up and what the paternity laws are both at the federal level and in your state.