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how do i respond to a notice of proceeding to estabablish administrative

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how do i respond to a notice of proceeding to estabablish administrative support order,which i want to dispute.
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Tell me a little more about the matter please, and what do you mean by administrative support - child support?





Customer: replied 6 years ago.
Yes,child support,I sign the birth certificate,but found out later she told another guy he was the father.
Okay, and how old is the child now? Were you married to the mother or not?
Customer: replied 6 years ago.
The child was born on 08/27/08 approx.19months.No we were not married.
There is something called presumed paternity which says a man whose name is XXXXX XXXXX birth certificate and is with the woman at time of conception and/or birth and lives together is the father. That presumption can be challenged only in the first 4 years. You need to IMMEDIATELY file a PETITION FOR PATERNAL ADJUDICATION with the family court and have them order a DNA test so that you can be ruled NOT THE FATHER and that order would kill the presumed paternity, so you won't owe any child support. He needs to do this before the child turns 4. Go to legalzoom.com for the petition. Once you're adjudicated as not the father, the orders will be dropped.

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