This is such a differcult case but one I am very interested in hearing what you guys think. Here it is: A retired school teacher in New York is fighting to erase the name listed on her birth certificate as her father and replace it with someone else. There is evidence that the man who raise her is not her biological father but he loved her and looked after her the best he could after her mother past away. The man Mrs Montepagani believes is her biological father died a few years ago in her mother's native Italy leaving an estate of about $100 million to a local Italian university. An earlier suit she filed in Italy was thrown out because on her birth certificate a Mr. Guiseppe Viola is listed at her father not the wealthier Mr. Sabastiano Raeli. Mrs Montepagani admits part of the reason for the suit is the $50 million she stands to inherit, in accordance to Italian law, if she is successful in proving Raeli is her biological father. Neither Mr Raeli nor Mr Viola had any other children. Her backers say that the law that automatically presumes in a legal marriage the male partner is the father is antiquated and must be changed. Before his death Mr Raeli and his now widow denied he was Mrs Montepagani's father and asked for DNA tests but she refused. But that is in contrast to some of his earlier actions years before when he seems to behave as if he was her father. But I wonder if she would have filed this suit if Raeli did not leave behind millions. Seems to me even if she is his daughter could she not respect his wishes and let the university have to money where it could do so much good? Anyway what do you guys think?