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What Is Georgia’s Putative Father Registry?

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When a child is born in wedlock, both the mother and the father are listed on the birth certificate as a matter of course. If a child’s parents are not married, and the father is not present to witness the birth and sign the relevant papers, they may later add themselves to the Putative… Read More »

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How To Establish Legal Parentage In Georgia

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Every child deserves to have two parents to provide for them, but if their parents are unmarried, or if there is a question about parentage, this can sometimes be a struggle. Georgia has a specific practice by which a child’s paternity is determined, but it can be easy to misunderstand or become confused about… Read More »

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Advantages To Establishing Paternity In Georgia

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In this day and age of unmarried couples, more and more children are being born out of wedlock. As a result of this, more and more couples are being required to establish paternity for their children instead of it simply being assumed upon the child’s birth. While many parents might not see a reason… Read More »

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Paternity vs. Legitimation In Georgia

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Most of the time, if one files a paternity suit, they are looking to establish that a certain man is the legal father of a child. Georgia law differs in that paternity and legitimation are considered separate proceedings, and one is not necessarily integral to the other. If you have a child out of… Read More »

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