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I have been married for seven years and my wife and I have two children. Recently, due to some personal disagreements and conflicts, my wife has left our home and moved in with her parents. She has filed for a divorce and is demanding full custody of our children. I have strong doubts about the paternity of our second child, who was born three years ago. I want to request a paternity test to confirm if I am the biological father of our second child.
2. What are the implications if the paternity test results come out negative? Will it affect the child custody battle?
3. Can the court deny my request for a paternity test? If yes, under what circumstances can this happen?
4. How long does the entire process of paternity testing usually take in Chandigarh District Court?
5. If the paternity test confirms that I am not the biological father, can I be exempted from paying child support for the second child?