A woman i met almost 6years ago found me (via internet) and informed me i can possibly be the father to one for her children. She is in another state now. I explain to her ill pay for DNA and will do what if the child is mine. The moment she found out i was married and we will not pursue an intimate relationship, she stated "ALL I WANT IS CHILD SUPPORT THEN." She is doing everything out of spite. She also informed me she was homeless,in and out of jail, cant hold a job down and her mother has been taking care of this child. How is she allowed to pursue in child support if she don't have the child? i want to enforce my unalienable rights, and constitution right and not give over my private property.
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You will need to discuss this matter with an attorney in her state. You will want to request DNA testing at the first opportunity. You do have the option of filing a paternity action against her and force the issue. Then if the child is yours, you can possibly get custody or visitation.
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