I live in Georgia and I am fighting to see my daughter. I have taken care of her since birth, she shares my last name and I also signed the Paternity Acknowledgement form. I brought this information to court but the judge still ruled for a DNA test.
Taking this test I found out my daughter is not biologically mine but I still want to be apart of her life, I am the only father she knows.
Other states have the Parentage Act which just by her living with me for the first 2 years of her life and me signing that form would give me my rights.
p.s. I am fighting the mother for visitation of my daughter, the man that she now claims is the father never stepped up to the plate to claim my daughter, plus he is in jail for life so my daughter will never get to have a relationship with him
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