|“ANATOMY OF AN ACTION FOR PARENTAGE
A GUIDE FOR UNWED FATHERS”
Most "X"'s act as though they "own" the kids. Tired of it?
This manual is specifically geared for fathers that were never married
to the Mother of their children. It helps establish
a complete set of parental rights with your children and does so in such a manner that you're not dependent on what
"she" thinks or says.
This huge fact-filled manual shows you the little-known tactics and
techniques of defending your rights as a father. For the
first time ever in print, all "their" secrets are given away. Unique insights are shared on how to escape what's called the
"Deadbeat Dad Scam". It deals with matters that no other books ever dared in a practical, hands-on manner. You will
learn all the unknown ins and outs of getting, and keeping, a great relationship with your child, lowering child
support, how to deal with support enforcement, lawsuits to defend your constitutional rights and the implications
and ramifications of all of these - the works!
Why is it important to establish paternity?
Is having my name on the birth certificate enough and can paternity be established without going to court?
What is paternity blood testing and how accurate
is it vs. DNA? The mother of the child said she used
birth control. I don't feel I'm responsible for the pregnancy, so why do I have to pay?
I want the child to have my last name on the birth certificate.
How can I insure this? Will you be able to protect your rights with the new collection laws already in place?
Do you even know all the dangers of the nineties and beyond?
This manual is written, specifically, for the unwed father. These fathers
have unique problems in that they are
often treated more prejudicially than their married counterparts. An unwed father needs to file an action for
parentage to protect his rights and those of his children. An unwed father is most often subjected to severe
discrimination and treated as though he has no rights, whatsoever, with his children other than to pay child
support. i.e. to become the proverbial "wallet with legs". Hopefully, this manual can help reverse this trend,
helping fathers as a whole.
WHAT IS PATERNITY AND/OR A PATERNITY/PETITION FOR PARENTAGE ACTION?
Paternity means fatherhood. Paternity must be established if the parents
of the child were not married to each
WHY IS IT IMPORTANT TO ESTABLISH PATERNITY?
You have the right to know your child and to contribute to the success
of your child's future. Both parents are
required by law to support their child. This is true even if the pregnancy was not planned. However, you should be
painfully aware that rights with a child a heavily in favor of the Mother. Essentially, you do not have rights with
that child until a judge signs an order saying that you do. Your child has the right to other benefits from both
parents. These may include social security, insurance benefits, inheritance rights, veteran's and other types of
benefits. Unless paternity has been established, your child may not be able to claim these benefits through you. It is
important to all of us to know who we are. Your child has the right to the sense of belonging that comes from
knowing both parents. In addition, your child needs to know if he or she has inherited any special health problems.
Generally speaking, the entire system is set up to help extract child support from the Father but seems less
concerned about seeing that the Father has proper visitation with the child and a "full set" of parental rights, such
as joint decision making etc.