Victims of false accusations of paternity include not only the accused man but also the biological father and the child.
This epidemic inspired Marcus L. Matthews to share his story and the stories of four other men who were falsely accused of paternity in his new book “I Am Not The Father: Narratives of Men Falsely Accused of Paternity.”
Matthews talked with DadsDivorce.com editor Matt Allen about the devastating effects false accusations of paternity have on men and how making a spectacle of revealing paternity tests on TV shows has caused the issue to be taken lightly.
You can find out more information about Marcus and his book at marcuslmatthews.com.
Click the link for the full audio version of the podcast on false allegations of paternity.