Sex offenders getting costody of a child who isn't their child but is father of record. Please help!

Robert - posted on 03/27/2013 ( 3 moms have responded )

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Should a sex offender get full costody of a child who Isn't his own by blood but is the father of record (father who is on the birth certificate)

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Jodi - posted on 03/27/2013

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1. If he is not the biological father, he shouldn't have been put on the birth certificate in the first place, unless he legally adopted the child.

2. A DNA test is all it will take for it to be denied.

3. If you are not the biological father, you pretty much don't have any rights. I'd hardly think you'd get full custody.

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Jodi - posted on 03/27/2013

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Obviously there were some circumstances surrounding the mother for that to have been the case.

With the sex offence thing, IMO, it would depend on the offence. "sex offence" is such an all encompassing term for a VARIETY of things that I couldn't judge on the term alone.

Robert - posted on 03/27/2013

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Thanks Jodi for your comment.

It's a long story to tell, but he is not the biological father but at the time he was dating the women who was having the child and the real biological father wanted nothing to do with him. He also did not legally adopt the child.

He already been through the courts to prove that the child was not his and got a DNA test proving that the child was not his so he didn't have to pay child support.

Well Jodi on your last (3) comment he ended up winning and did get the child.

If you want I can tell you the story on what happen.

Again thanks for the input.

Robert

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