Ffion Greenfield Features in Private Banker International Discussing Paternity Fraud15 Feb 2019 // In the press
Ffion discusses the rare cases of paternity fraud, and what the law should be doing to protect fathers.
Family Solicitor Ffion Greenfield discusses two recent cases of paternity fraud, where the fathers’ assumption of paternity is misplaced based on misrepresentations by the mother. She asks the question, what should the law be doing to protect fathers and children facing paternity fraud?
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