Were you married at the time the children were born? Is your name on the birth certificates? If you were already divorced and your name is not the birth certificates (and if you were divorced then your name wouldn't on the b.c. without your permission/a court order), then you have no obligation. It doesn't matter that they have your last name. If, however, you were married at the time they were born and your name is on the b.c., that's a different story.In that case, there's a possiability you could still be held legally responsible for them, even if a DNA test proves they're not your biological children. The reason being is that there is a time limit for a man to deny paternity. Once it passes, you're out of luck.The laws do vary from state to state, so I'd suggest you speak with an attorney about it.
Yes, if the statute of limitations for such action has not expired.
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There is no prohibition against a current wife being in a courtroom when her husband files for Chile support from his ex-wife. However she may not wish to be in the room for personal reasons.
Generally not. You need to review your final decree documents with your lawyer to determine if this is true in your partiicular case.
She is 26.
No, however you could request a trust fund order. see links below
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In many jurisdictions, the husband is presumed to be the child's father unless paternity is established by other means. The biological father would likely be required to pay child support even if the mother is married to someone else.
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His exwife's name is Kim and they are divorced, twice.
No, but he should file a challenge. see links
it means that ur not with them any more
Hailie Jade is the daughter of Eminem and his exwife Kim.
no you are not if he chooses to live with her full time. You would only be responsible for paying child support IF the court ordered such, which would require a hearing to change the final divorce decree. The ex cannot just order you to pay it out of the blue without having changed the original court documents. ---- It should be noted that you may wish to do a voluntary child support order. Waiting for her to file would result in you paying all court costs. My question though is why the change with the child? Was there a problem in your home that resulted in this decision?
I would think you could not sure though
If they have children, There is 0 you can, Or should do. You already signed off on that.
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Oh Her Birthday Is October 26, 1983.....