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Can your ex deny paternity to avoid child support?

Dissolution of any relationship can be a painful situation to encounter, but the tension can be especially thick when it involves children. If you and your long-time partner were raising a child together prior to the breakup, you expect him to pay support to help you cover subsequent expenses. What if he suddenly denies that the child is his to support?

Don't let divorce guilt change your rules for your child

When you get divorced as a parent, you may be tempted to let the rules go. After all, you feel like you dragged the child through the divorce. Sure, the child custody arrangement keeps both you and your ex involved in your child's life, but you know it's not the same. You feel bad about that, even if you're glad you got divorced on a personal level.

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