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What is paternity fraud?

As a Texas man, no one need tell you that while it is easy to determine a baby’s biological mother, the same is not true for a baby’s biological father. For instance, if you are married to the mother at the time the baby is born, the State of Texas presumes that you are the child’s father and your name goes on his or her birth certificate as the father, whether you actually fathered the baby or not. Likewise, if you and the child’s mother are not married to each other, but you both sign an Acknowledgment of Paternity, you become the baby’s legal father, whether or not you actually fathered him or her.

Are the powerful effects of shared parenting worth the risk?

Many divorcees may find it difficult to encourage kids to maintain a strong relationship with the other parent. After all, conflict between the two of you is most likely what got you in this situation in the first place. However, studies show solid bonds with both mom and dad give children in Texas the best chance at staying emotionally healthy in spite of a difficult home life. 

Modifying your Texas child support order

If you are a Texas father and you currently have a child support arrangement in place with your former partner, a time may come when you wish to modify that arrangement in accordance with changing needs. Maybe your custody situation has changed, or maybe you no longer have the job you had when the order came into effect. Regardless of your reasoning for wanting a modification, there are certain steps you must take to change the amount of child support you must pay. At the Law Office of Brian Turner, we have a comprehensive understanding of the Texas child support modification process, and we have helped many clients pursue solutions that meet their needs.

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