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 What if father does not pay child support because of unemployment?

Answer If the father becomes unemployed, he should immediately contact the court to seek relief from the child support obligations. He may NOT just stop paying.
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Does the father have visitation rights just because he pays child support?

has a right to visitation but you also have the right to file an order modification. If you really aren't hurting for support money, have him terminate his rights now. That's one less step you'll h... Read More »
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If the father does not sign the birth certificate because the baby does not keep his last name does he still have the responsibility to pay child support?

Yes he does. The mother can request a court-ordered paternity test. If the test is positive then the court will issue a child support order and the father can request a visitation order as well.
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Does a father have the right to deny divorce simply because the mother wants alimony and child support?

Answer IN CALIFORNIA, DIVORCE IS NOT AN ISSUE REQUIRING "MUTUAL AGREEMENT." IF ONE PARTY WANTS A DIVORCE, SIMPLY FILE FOR IT, SERVE THE OTHER PARTY, FILE PROOF OF SERVICE. THIS FORCES THE "UNWILLIN... Read More »
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Can a father sign over his paternal rights if he is current on child support payments and insurance coverage but does not see his children because he lives out of state?

Answer He can file a petition for the voluntary temination of parental rights (TPR) in the state court that has jurisdiction.The judge hearing the case makes the decision if it should be granted a... Read More »
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