Asked by Wally on 01-03-2023 00:16:22
Question posted in the Family Law category relating to Gauteng
Alright so the mother of my child refuse me to register as the father and I have been with her and the child providing for them 8months now. I have been threatened to be taken to court for child support by her and I am curious am I entitled to pay any child support if she intentionally neglected me to be registered as the father of the child at the hospital and then I got lied to about it until he was 3 months old. Then only did the truth come out.
Bottom line. Can she take mw to court amd am I entitled to pay any child support regarding the way she handled the situation or can I walk away and mourn by myself?
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