child support laws in cuba
A few friends and I went down to santa lucia, cuba last summer. We had a great time. One night at a beach party I met this pretty woman. She spoke a little english.
We talked for hours. Eventually, one thing led to another and I got her and her cousin a room at our resort. But like everyone could guess, she spend the night in my room. Dont really know what it was, but I kinda liked her.
And she said that she liked me as well. We kept in touch after I returned to Canada.
I'd call her couple times a week and send her emails, pretty much every other day. After about two months, I got this special email from her, in which she wrote that she loves me and the "one" night she had with me was the most beautiful night in her lifetime and bla bla bla. Why is this email so special? Because she addressed me as Paul. (My name is not Paul) So after a couple emails back and forth in turns out the email I received was intended for someone else, well for Paul.
So ever since then, I stopped calling her and emailing her. After about 4 weeks I received another email saying that she is pregnant and that its mine. I did make the mistake on the last night with her. She insisted that I shouldn't use protection and that she takes some pills. Now, my question is: How do I make sure that the baby is actually mine and not Paul's or someone elses? And if it is mine, what does the cuban law expect from me for support? Is there a monthly/yearly sum I need to pay? If it is 100% my baby, then I will surely do whatever I can.
Just wondering what the laws say in such cases.