We, the members of Women Against Paternity Fraud believe that laws and policies surrounding paternity establishments must require truthful disclosures as to who the biological father is to prevent paternity and child support fraud.
We believe that eligibility for receipt of federal funds under TANF and under the incentive formulas should require that states find the biological father instead of just any father.
We believe that state laws must provide that no paternity establishment is final unless it has been confirmed by DNA evidence
We believe that DNA tests that excludes men from being the biological father should excuse them from paying child support and child support orders.
We believe when truth in paternity is established, equal rights and equal responsibilities will follow which is in the best interest of men, women, children, and society.