What is the purpose of the law to not accept paternity tests after 24 months?
Good question. My guess is that they figure after 2 years everyone is on board with who the father is.
But in situations like this when it's clearly not him, and when there is admitted fraud, I have no idea how this judgment can be reached. Also, if I was married and my wife got pregnant, I'm sure I'd assume it was mine like most other normal people would. Thus, no need for a paternity test...and if I found out years later that it wasn't mine (or may not be), that's the first time I'd even remotely consider one.