Legislation inspired by a Livingston County man’s story was signed into law Tuesday by Governor Snyder. Public Act 159 of 2012 gives biological fathers more rights to establish parentage when a child is conceived or born during a marriage. It may remedy some biological father's plights--for example, those of Daniel Quinn of Hartland Township who says he has been prevented him from seeing his daughter for the past four years. The new Act is titled "the Revocation of Paternity Act." It permits a biological father to establish paternity of a child born or conceived during a marriage provided certain specific circumstances exist. In fact, although generally, it only allows paternity to be established if it is done during the first three years of a child's life, there is a savings clause that would permit the filing of an action if it is done within one year of the enactment of the legislation--in other words, not later than June 12, 2013.