Is a soldier required to pay child support for a child that is not biologically his?
Topic: Divorce in florida papers
April 21, 2019 / By Greg Question:
I heard something to this effect recently and have been wondering if it is true or not. A soldier and his civilian spouse have been separated for nearly a year. The spouse has been pursing a divorce for several months but the soldier refuses to sign. His spouse is 7 months pregnant with another man's baby, and knows this, yet he still refuses to sign. Is this rumor true, that the soldier would have to pay child support for the newborn even though it is not his?
The couple are living in two separate states, the civilian spouse with her unborn child's father. The father of the baby will be present for the birth.
The civilian spouse has in her possession divorce papers that she has signed and have been notarized. She doesn't trust mailing the papers to the soldier for him to sign and notarize, as he has threatened to destroy them.
The soldier lives in Georgia, the spouse lives in Florida.
Best Answers: Is a soldier required to pay child support for a child that is not biologically his?
Duncan | 3 days ago
Unfortunately it's ultimately up to the judge. MOST of the time it depends on DNA proven paternity, but I've heard of judges who don't care about that and have named the husband the father anyway. Unfair, but true. It's one of the many shortcomings of our judicial system.
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I believe that according to the law, a male "agrees" to conceive the moment he has sex with a woman. It make sense. While I am not against abortion, I do recognize that it can be a traumatic event for a woman. Also, should a child be punished by not having child support because its father didn't want it? The child has NO say on whether it is conceived or not, so protecting its interests seems to be the fairest thing to do. This law isn't about the parents, it's about the well-being of the child. As for this: No one but the most callous conservative says "well, she decided to have sex, she should accept the consequences." A lot of people don't believe in abortion. Not just "callous conservatives." It's an ugly thing, something that can haunt you for the rest of your life. Personally, I agree that it should be legal, but I don't think that a lot of people think about what it actually means to have an abortion until they are faced with the decision themselves.
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A baby born while a couple is still married to each other is considered to be the baby of the husband and wife, in most places. The problem is, will the real father be at the birth to sign the birth certificate? If the real father is not, the baby is then considered to be the soldier's and, yes, if he is away or separated or divorced from the mother, he can be asked to pay child support until paternity is established in a court of law.
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You need to say what state you are in to get a good answer. Normally if a woman is married it does not matter where the sperm came from. The guy she is married to is considered the father. However, some states give a reasonable amount of time for the hubby to object. Again you need to say what state you are in to get a specific answer. Once the dead line goes by he may be stuck.
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It isn't a rumor slick. Your soldier friend did not use good judgement. It doesn't matter who the father is when a woman is married. Whoever is married to the woman is the father under the law and he is stuck with all of the financial obligations that come with the title FATHER.
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Originally Answered: What should I ask for monthly child support?
it is refreshing to see a civil separation. the general, the person you marry IS NOT the one you divorce.
first of all, you need a custody order... for the protection of all involved. without it, he can take and KEEP the baby and there isnt anything you can do about... until you go to court about it.
i will list some links for child support, and your states laws. just click on the link, then the state. learn your states laws, learn them all.
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remember, some sites charge for this free information, so if you come across one that does charge for this info, avoid it.
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