2013 New Mexico Statutes
Chapter 40 - Domestic Affairs
Article 11A - New Mexico Uniform Parentage Act
Article 3 - VOLUNTARY ACKNOWLEDGMENT OF PATERNITY
Section 40-11A-307 - Proceeding for rescission. (2009)
40-11A-307. Proceeding for rescission. (2009)
A signatory may rescind an acknowledgment of paternity or denial of paternity only by means of a judicial proceeding to rescind the acknowledgment or denial of paternity. A proceeding to rescind an acknowledgment of paternity or a denial of paternity shall be brought no later than the earlier of:
A. sixty days after the effective date of the acknowledgment or denial, as provided in Section 3-304 of the New Mexico Uniform Parentage Act;
B. in the case of a signatory who was a minor at the time of acknowledgment, the later of:
(1) sixty days after the eighteenth birthday of the signatory; or
(2) sixty days after the effective date of the acknowledgment or denial, as provided in Section 3-304 of the New Mexico Uniform Parentage Act; or
C. the date of the first hearing, in a proceeding to which the signatory is a party, before a court to adjudicate an issue relating to the child, including a proceeding that establishes support.
History: Laws 2009, ch. 215, § 3-307.
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