Can I get some support for my child even though I am not married to the father of my child?
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Yes. In Georgia, a parent can seek child support from another parent, even if they’re not married. That action is a process called paternity and child support. Once the court establishes that that parent is in fact the biological parent of the child and a duty of support exists, it can then go on to order a child support for the care and maintenance of the child.