If he wanted to just sign a declaration of paternity he could. The DNA test wouldn't be needed. But then again I did my court stuff 4 years ago, so things could have changed.
Yes they do...unless he admits he's the father, but that's in my country, might be dif in the US.
i am pretty sure that is really common! unless you were married or something
and remember if he is PAYING CHILD SUPPORT he has the right to be in that childs life and you might not like the custody agreement.,,
Depends on the judge. Most states have a voluntary form called an affidavit of acknowledgement of paternity. Some judges order dna tests anyways even of the father is willing to sign because they see a lot of shit.
If you have nothing to hide, ont worry about it. Just get it over with.
Quoting lana_3796:" NOTHING TO HIDE I JUST WANT TO SEE IF HES LYING BECAUSE HES SAYING SHES MY DAUGHTER BUT THEN COURT CALLS AND SAYS HE REQUESTED A DNA TEST.."
Could be either. It really doesnt matter.
Quoting Rumple Foreskin
And just for a point of reference, my son was born in florida. His father signed the paternity document. When I moved to ky and we broke up and child support came into the picture, the judge still ordered a paternity test, so not unheard of. The same judge actually advised my now husband to get a dna test on the daughter we tried for. some courts just want to cover all their bases. Or he may want to be certain that the baby is his. It all comes out the same either way.
I would say yes think of all the women our there who file child support on men and claim 100% the baby is his and its not watch Maury povich it happens a lot why didn't you put his name on the BC just curiou?