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1. Can I have genetic testing done to determine whether I am the father?
2. Will I be required to pay for the genetic testing? How much does it cost?
3. Can I have a court-appointed attorney assist me with my case?
4. How do I request a court-appointed attorney?
5. Why do I have to participate in genetic testing when I have no doubt about the identity of the father of my child?
6. I am afraid that if your office pursues a paternity and/or child support obligation, the non-custodial parent may hurt me or my child(ren). What should I do?
7. How do I request "good cause?"