Can an alleged father gain custody of a child without a DNA test being taken?

Answer Answer No.Before custodial rights, visitation rights or child support issues can be decided upon parentage must be established.Courts prefer that paternity testing be done as DNA, but in the major... Read More »

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How can a father gain custody of a child?

Despite some minor variations from one state to another, the laws regarding a father's ability to seek custody of a child are largely the same. There is a distinction in the law between establishin... Read More »

If the mother of a child has sole custody and the father has visitation rights can she give the child away to someone else besides the father without the fathers consent?

Answer No she can't. If her ex is a good man and a good father when he has visitation rights then she has no right to tear the child away from him. He can fight it in a court of law. Before one act... Read More »

If a father has custody and the mother has visitation rights and the father has denied access for six months can his custody be taken from him?

Answer A custody ruling is handed down by the courts and is legal. Your ex has broken the law! If you are working or married to someone else and all is well between you and your new husband, then... Read More »

If a man signed an affidavit claiming a child as his at birth can the biological father take a DNA test that would take the alleged father's rights away and give the biological father full rights?

Too many questions still unanswered to provide you with an answer. How old is the child? Has the "legal" dad been there full time, from day one, caring and nuturing this child and providing for it'... Read More »