Charles Snyderman's answer Although you have not actually said it, I assume you are asking about child support. I suggest you consult with a Delaware attorney who specializes in family law matters. Good luck.
Charles Snyderman's answer This sounds like a difficult situation, and it's good that you are asking before taking matters into your own hands. I am not a family law attorney, and I recommend that if you do not hear back from someone who is, you should contact a Delaware attorney who specializes in family law. The consultation fee will be money well spent.
Charles Snyderman's answer If you are a Delaware resident, I suggest that you schedule an appointment with a Delaware lawyer who specializes in family law. If you would like some names, please contact me.
Charles Snyderman's answer Not sure I understand your question. However, assuming person A gives POA to person B, and a court orders person B to have no contact with person A, the court order controls everything.
Charles Snyderman's answer You are supposed to notify the father by certified mail, return receipt requested. If that does not work, you have to use all reasonable efforts to notify the father. There is a name change packet on the New Castle County Website. You can call the Civil Division Clerk’s Office of the Court of Common Pleas at
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