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The mother, if married, should file for divorce and request to be awarded sole legal custody of the children. She should also request a child support order.

If the parties are not married the mother has sole custody. She should file for child support and an order for DNA testing as soon as possible. The father must help to support the children.

In either case the father will be entitled to a visitation order. He can also request joint custody but the court is unlikely to award that unless the parents have a good relationship.

The mother, if married, should file for divorce and request to be awarded sole legal custody of the children. She should also request a child support order.

If the parties are not married the mother has sole custody. She should file for child support and an order for DNA testing as soon as possible. The father must help to support the children.

In either case the father will be entitled to a visitation order. He can also request joint custody but the court is unlikely to award that unless the parents have a good relationship.

The mother, if married, should file for divorce and request to be awarded sole legal custody of the children. She should also request a child support order.

If the parties are not married the mother has sole custody. She should file for child support and an order for DNA testing as soon as possible. The father must help to support the children.

In either case the father will be entitled to a visitation order. He can also request joint custody but the court is unlikely to award that unless the parents have a good relationship.

The mother, if married, should file for divorce and request to be awarded sole legal custody of the children. She should also request a child support order.

If the parties are not married the mother has sole custody. She should file for child support and an order for DNA testing as soon as possible. The father must help to support the children.

In either case the father will be entitled to a visitation order. He can also request joint custody but the court is unlikely to award that unless the parents have a good relationship.

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The mother, if married, should file for divorce and request to be awarded sole legal custody of the children. She should also request a child support order.

If the parties are not married the mother has sole custody. She should file for child support and an order for DNA testing as soon as possible. The father must help to support the children.

In either case the father will be entitled to a visitation order. He can also request joint custody but the court is unlikely to award that unless the parents have a good relationship.

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