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What if you don’t think you are the father of the child ?
The Child Support Agency (CSA) must be satisfied that you are the father of the child before it can make a child support assessment.
The CSA cannot be satisfied that you are the father unless at least one of the following applies:
• your name is on the birth certificate
• you have sworn a statutory declaration that you are the father of the child
• you were married to the mother at the time the child was born
• a court has made an order that you are the father of the child
• you were living together at any time from 44 weeks to 20 weeks before the birth of the child
• you have adopted the child
The attached factsheets or other similar documents are provided on an as-is basis on behalf of the document authors. If you require any further information on the factsheets, please contact the factsheet authors, as credited on the factsheets themselves.
Categories: Paternity and Child Support
Tags: biological father, child support, paternity, paternity fraud