Mother was not equitably estopped from asserting four-year limitations defense to presumed biological father’s paternity suit based on mother’s allegedly deceptive conduct in telling her husband that husband was father; mother made no misrepresentations to father that relied upon to his detriment, mother informed father prior to child’s birth that she and husband had not been having sex and that he was child’s biological father, and father admitted that mother had consistently represented that he was father.
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