Archive for November, 2014

The Biological Father Is Not Always The Legal Father

Although a child may have only one legally recognized father, a biological father is not always recognized as the legal father. When a child is born to a married woman, the husband is presumed to be the legal father with all the rights and obligations of parenthood. Although the husband is often the biological father,

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