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You do not have the right to deny visitations but if you do, the father can and should request a court hearing to establish his paternity and get visitation rights. He can request custody or joint custody and the court will render a decision. If the child is to remain with the mother the court will set up a child support order and the father can file contempt charges if the mother withholds visitation or violates the visitation order in any other way.

You do not have the right to deny visitations but if you do, the father can and should request a court hearing to establish his paternity and get visitation rights. He can request custody or joint custody and the court will render a decision. If the child is to remain with the mother the court will set up a child support order and the father can file contempt charges if the mother withholds visitation or violates the visitation order in any other way.

You do not have the right to deny visitations but if you do, the father can and should request a court hearing to establish his paternity and get visitation rights. He can request custody or joint custody and the court will render a decision. If the child is to remain with the mother the court will set up a child support order and the father can file contempt charges if the mother withholds visitation or violates the visitation order in any other way.

You do not have the right to deny visitations but if you do, the father can and should request a court hearing to establish his paternity and get visitation rights. He can request custody or joint custody and the court will render a decision. If the child is to remain with the mother the court will set up a child support order and the father can file contempt charges if the mother withholds visitation or violates the visitation order in any other way.

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You do not have the right to deny visitations but if you do, the father can and should request a court hearing to establish his paternity and get visitation rights. He can request custody or joint custody and the court will render a decision. If the child is to remain with the mother the court will set up a child support order and the father can file contempt charges if the mother withholds visitation or violates the visitation order in any other way.

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Can the biological father of your daughter whom she does not know seek visitation or custody only if you file for divorce from the mother?

yes biological fathers may seek visitation and custody rights


Can you lose visitation rights if you're not the biological father?

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Can a mother take a child out out of the country if she has sole physical and legal custody without the dad's permission?

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How does a father go about getting parental rights to visitation in Texas?

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