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Doctrine of Paternity by Estoppel and Child Custody

The doctrine of paternity by estoppel is most often applied in child support cases to either preclude a man who has held the child out as his own from avoiding support of the child after his relationship with the child's...more

Should Biological Fathers Receive the Same Leave Benefits as Adoptive Parents?

Maybe you saw this article “Standing Up for the Rights of New Fathers,” in the New York Times a few weeks ago about the new dad, a reporter for CNN, who filed a discrimination claim with the EEOC against Time Warner (CNN’s...more

Out Of Wedlock But Not Out Of Rights

The 2010 U.S. census shows that roughly 41 percent of children born in the United States are born out of wedlock. It may be completely obvious that you are the father of your child. However, if the child was born out of...more

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