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I'm a mother of 2 and their father never paid child support. Since my kids were born my mother and I have been providing for the kids and also providing for my kids father during the time we were together. I ended the relationship on 2009 and until now no child support. What should I do in order for him to legally let him support for his kids since right now he has another girl pregnant?
You can sue the father for child support. I presume he is in the US. If you have not established legally that he is the father, you will want to do so. You do that by petitioning the court for a DNA test, to "establish paternity
." The court can order this to assure he is the father legally, order him as such, and then put through a child support order. You can seek child support through the state court of his state (as well as the DNA order). Typically, state courts for child support have pro se
forms you can use to file for this support, so you need not research all of the books out there to learn how THAT particular courts wants your paperwork to look. Once you file your petition and have him properly served (the process for which would be in the instructions that come with the form OR, if not specific, in the local rules of procedure of that particular court). You can get that procedure book often online or, by subscribing to Westlaw or LexisNesix - legal databases. The reason it may not be best to file in Phillipines is that enforcing that foreign child support order in the U.S. can prove to be next to impossible. If you can, you may want to hire a lawyer to file the paperwork for you (an attorney licensed in the state where the defendant father resides) - By using HIS state of residence, you ensure that the court has jurisdiction over him.
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