If the mother is allowing you to see and have parenting time with the child, you can swab the child's cheek and have it tested. If the child is yours, then you can always file a legitimation suit to establish your parental rights to the child.
They can, however the recording should have been made by one of the persons who were a party to the conversation. It would also depend upon where the people where when the conversation happened (e.g., one person in Illinois and one in Georgia at the time of the conversation).
I live in North Carolina. My children live with their father in GA. He filed a Petition to Modify Custody/Visitation. I was served on 12/7/2010 and court is on 12/21/2010. What GA rule specifies the time frame in which i am to respond or file and answer.
Additional information is needed to properly answer your question, but generally speaking, she can. You have a defense against her claim for arrears, but until the court orders the support modified or addresses the arrears, in the court's eyes you are still in contempt.
File your own claim for contempt of court against him. Also go to child support enforcement and have a case opened with them for the arrears. He is less likely to pay until he has some harsh consequences for non-payment, which could include having his license suspended or being sent to jail until...Read more »
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