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Australia High Court Judgment in Magill v. Magill more..
Read the judgment and the actual transcripts of the highest court in Australia more..
Dad in kid mix-up gets big legal bill
The Border Mail, November 7, 2006
A MELBOURNE man who paid child support for children who turned out
not to be his has now been ordered to pay “massive” legal costs to the
DUPED FATHER RESUMES FIGHT
The Weekend Australian, October 14/15 2006, by Natasha Robinson
High Court Hears Liams Magill's case for damages
April 7, 2006 - transcript of case in Australia's High Court more..
An Earlier Look At Baby’s Genes
Science magazine, U.S.A. September 5, 2005
The increasing ability to analyze fetal DNA from maternal blood should lead to better prenatal diagnoses of genetic disease—and confront future parents with tough information and choices.
...Ready or not, noninvasive fetal diagnosis is here. Tests based on fetal DNA circulating in a
woman’s blood are expected to replace invasive prenatal tests, such as amniocentesis, that are typically done
later in pregnancy and pose a small risk of miscarriage. Researchers have already used fetal DNA from maternal
blood to successfully
Attorney General of Australia - Media Release
Media Release 118/2005 - 24 June 2005
FAMILY LAW AMENDMENTS PASSED
The Government's ongoing reform of family law achieved another milestone with the passage of the Family Law Amendment Bill 2005 by the Senate, Attorney-General Philip Ruddock announced today. more...
Australian Attorney General - "... the most significant reforms to the family law system in 30 years" - The Attorney-General, Philip Ruddock MP, Media Release 25 May 2005
EASIER, QUICKER, SIMPLER: A CLEARER PATHWAY IN FAMILY LAW more ...
Senate of Australia - Liam Magill's case mentioned - The Family Law Amendment Bill 2005 - Hansard, May 11, 2005
Senator GREIG (Western Australia) (12.01 pm)—"The Family Law Amendment Bill 2005 makes a range of recommendations to substantive and procedural aspects of the family law regime. " ............
"Part 14 is unquestionably the most controversial aspect of the bill. It will enable a person who discovers that they are not the parent of a child for whom they have made child maintenance payments to apply to the court to recover those payments. more...
SBS TV Show - INSIGHT -SEX, LIES AND DNA - aired Tuesday June 7, 2005
More and more men are seeking DNA tests to establish the paternity of their children. Rates of misattributed paternity have been estimated as high as one in five people. INSIGHT looks at the rates of misattributed paternity, and rising rates of DNA paternity testing. What leads people to take a test? more..
96% of women are liars, honest
The Scotsman ( Scotland's National Newspaper), EDWARD BLACK, December 9th, 2004