You could try to sue in civil court (small claims or district court) but not in family court. You will have to prove he is the father and if he says he is against the procedure a court could find him not liable.
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Not likely. You could try in small claims, but small claims tends to take place in very crowded rooms with everyone sitting through all the cases before them. Do you want to subject your daughter to that?
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No, neither the teen father nor his parents are legally obligated to contribute. It is your daughters right to terminate or not terminate. The teen father and parents have no input into the decision and therefore, no obligation to contribute.