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Don’t Wait, Act Now!!!

Men who father children out-of-wedlock may run into issues exercising their rights to the child unless or until the mother of the child consents or the court issues an order recognizing those rights. Despite the fact that you are listed on the child’s birth certificate and/or signed a affidavit of parentage, you don’t have rights to legal custody, physical custody, or parenting time until there is a court order that says so… Click HERE to read more.

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