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130 So.3d 776 (Fla. 2d DCA 2014) – Brandon Rafool successfully tried and defended on Appeal a final judgment against C.G. in his paternity action. The Appellate Court created law wherein it stated that despite C.G.’s status as the biological father, “[h]e has no significant relationship with [H.G.-R.].” and that it was in H.G.-R.’s best…

C.G. v. J.R.

130 So.3d 776 (Fla. 2d DCA 2014) – Brandon Rafool successfully tried and defended on Appeal a final judgment against C.G. in his paternity action. The Appellate Court created law wherein it stated that despite C.G.’s status as the biological father, “[h]e has no significant relationship with [H.G.-R.].” and that it was in H.G.-R.’s best interest for J.R. to “remain as her legitimate and legal father,” and the trial court ordered that the child’s birth certificate reflect that J.R. was the father.