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Q: Does your child's father have the same legal rights if you were never married but paternity was established for child support reasons?
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Will your husband have to pay child support on your baby until it is determined if the child is his or not?

No. That determination will be made by the court and then a child support order will be established after paternity has been established.No. That determination will be made by the court and then a child support order will be established after paternity has been established.No. That determination will be made by the court and then a child support order will be established after paternity has been established.No. That determination will be made by the court and then a child support order will be established after paternity has been established.


Can you get a paternity test before paying child support?

Paternity must be established before support is ordered. However, genetic testing is not ordinarily done if the mother was married when the child was conceived/born or when a man has signed an acknowledgment of paternity.


Can someone get child support in Virginia even if paternity hasn't been established?

No. The court demand paternity to be established before they grant child support.


What if mother doesnt want DNA test because she knows he is the father can he still be put on child support?

Paternity must be established before support is established. Paternity may be established by the father's acknowledgment of paternity in open court.


Does the man have to pay child support if they were never married?

If it is legally established that the child is his, either through paternity testing or a voluntary admission of paternity, and the court issues an order, yes.


Do i have to pay child support if we are not married?

Absolutely.Paternity makes you responsible for supporting your own child whether you were married to the mother or not.If paternity is established, child support is due regardless of marital status.


Do you have visitation rights if you are not married and have not established your paternity legally?

No, you must establish your paternity legally in order to obtain parental rights such as visitation rights, custody rights and the right to support your child until they reach the age of majority. If you have established paternity by a DNA test, then you can petition the court for visitation.


Can you sue for back child support after paternity is established?

Sure can....go for it.


Can an unmarried father in Texas be ordered to pay back child support for the time period before the court ordered paternity test established his paternity?

Yes. First paternity must be established legally.If paternity is established through the court ordered DNA test the mother can request child support for the time during which no child support was paid by the father prior to the DNA test.


Do you have to pay child support if the child is not your if your married?

Paternity must be established before an order for support is entered. This is done by: genetic testing; presumption, where the parties were married when the child was born/conceived; acknowledgment of paternity either in writing or in open court; default, where the alleged father fails to cooperate in the process.


Can a judge order you to pay child support without the mother proving the child is mine?

The court must determine paternity before entering an order for support. However, paternity is assumed if the parents were married when the child was conceived/born. Paternity may also be established by the father's acknowledgment of paternity, or by the father's failure to cooperate in genetic testing.


Can an unwed mother deny visitation to the father in Missouri?

In Missouri an unwed mother has all the rights to the child until paternity is established. However, she also has all the responsibility. That means that she cannot ask for child support either, until paternity is established. She can deny visitation, but she can't get support. Once the father establishes paternity he can asks for the same rights and responsibilities as a married parent. If mom won't help dad establish paternity, he can go to the child support agency and ask them to help him establish paternity.

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