during divorce proceedings / custody does Nevada have and equitble father / doctrine / defacto child law for non paternal father. dna back as not the father. steady affrimations, spouse continously held us as the parents, birth cerificate, ect. ect. Also available voice messages and texts repatitous / comfrimations from mother and multile third party notarized letters. These also include proof of father as the SOLE care taker both physical and mental to this date and after tests results of the 3 yr old child.
I know I need a lawyer. This is a way of looking rather than lots of calls asking if his is your area expertise. Nevada only law on non paternal seeking custody during divorce. Mother seeking custody to her expidited, return of passport to flee country for other reasons.
A non-biological father has no rights, and matters involving the child cannot be dealt with in the divorce case between the non-bio dad and the bio mother. If the mother and biological father are unfit parents and/or there is a safety issue as to the child, you can seek guardianship of the child and use the evidence you have referenced to show that guardianship is in the child's best interests. You need to move quickly on this. There is an expedited process to get a temporary guardianship.
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