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♀NoBoysAllowed 19 kids; San Diego, California 51862 posts
29th Mar '13

Did he sign an affidavit of paternity? Since he's not on the BC, I assume he probably hasn't...in which case he currently has no rights.

♀NoBoysAllowed 19 kids; San Diego, California 51862 posts
29th Mar '13

That's not to say that he can't go to court to get a paternity test and establish legal paternity, because he can do that at any point in time.

user banned Nassau, BA, Bahamas 5125 posts
29th Mar '13

No he didn't. And I doubt he will ever come back. But in the event that he does, I want him to not have anything to do with my son until my son is an adult and can decide for himself.

user banned Due November 7 (boy); 1 child; Dayton, Ohio 26853 posts
29th Mar '13
Quoting Loka Lokita (24):" No he didn't. And I doubt he will ever come back. But in the event that he does, I want him to not have anything to do with my son until my son is an adult and can decide for himself. "

He doesn't have any rights since he isn't on the BC. There are no rights to be terminated.

Charlee ♥ Jensen 3 kids; Iowa 56325 posts
29th Mar '13
Quoting Loka Lokita (24):" No he didn't. And I doubt he will ever come back. But in the event that he does, I want him to not have anything to do with my son until my son is an adult and can decide for himself. "


If he never signed anything saying he was the father I don't think there is anyway he could have rights to him right now. I'm also pretty sure it's considered abandonment if there is no contact in a year?



DH is NOT on his daughter's birth certificate but he pays child support and has rights to her, I believe he had to sign a paper when he was served with the CS papers.