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No. He will be responsible for paying any child support that the court orders. Being unmarried means the mother of the child has no right to spousal support.

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Can you deny the father the right to see the baby after he or she is born at least until you leave the hospital?

Yes, assuming that the couple are not married. An unmarried mother has sole custodial rights until the biological father establishes paternity and is awarded custodial and/or visitation rights by the court.


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She would need to prove that her husband was not the father of the child, as well as any other sex partners she may have had. Of course the unmarried partner would be responsible for the child..but that's only if its his.



If you were never married to the father of your child and there is not a court order for visitation would a judge remove the child from your custody if you move out of state?

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Does the father of a child have to pay child support if he is not married to the mother and wants custodial rights in Idaho?

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Does the non-custodial father have to pay attorney fees?

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Does a non-custodial mother have to pay child support to the father?

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Can a mother get sole custody if parents are unmarried and both names are on the birth certificate?

This would be an issue for family court in most states. In most cases, though, the father simply assumes that the baby-mama will be custodial.



Does child support increase if the father gets married?

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What rights does a father have if not on birth certificate nor on child support?

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Can an unmarried or divorced father just take his child when he wants to?

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In California if a non-custodial mother remarries and becomes a stay-at-home mom to a new baby and step children will the courts still make her responsible for full child support?

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How come a father has to automatically pay for child support and a mother may not if the father is the custodial parent?

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Can a non custodial father give up his rights in fl?

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Can a Noncustodial mother relinquish custody to custodial father?

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What custodial rights does an illegal immigrant father have to a child born out of wedlock with a US citizen?

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What rights does a father have to his unborn child in Oregon?

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Does a father have to pay if the mother has full custody?

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