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[Solved] How to Add a Father to a Birth Certificate?

 
sam2020
(@sam2020)
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My ex-gf didn't register me as a father on the birth certificate of my daughter -7 years old right now- born in Dallas/TX

I provide financial support since day one, while i don't live in United States, I still visit her once every couple of months and all I want is to be present in my daughter life being able to see and spend time with her, she used to let me speak to her over the phone (I call her daily when she is on her way to school) but now my ex. the mom wouldn't let me see or speak to my daughter anymore, (after I requested that my daughter meet my family -her grandmother which she didn't see yet-) :/

I can't afford to spend a lot of $$$ on lawyers, is there anyway I can add my name as a father to my daughter records and get partial custody or so that I can see her sometimes!!

Or what would you suggest I do?

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Topic starter Posted : 31/12/2019 9:04 am
Bill337
(@bill337)
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hi sam,

seems like all of us are based in UK. but i found this info:

If you want to add the biological father's name to your child's birth certificate, you must file a paternity case. A paternity case asks a judge to order that the biological father is the child's legal father. You can then use the paternity order to add the biological father's name to your child's birth certificate.

https://texaslawhelp.org/es/node/1015
https://www.texasattorneygeneral.gov/child-support/paternity/how-add-father-birth-certificate

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Posted : 31/12/2019 2:06 pm

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MeganTh3
(@meganth3)
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Hi, @ sam2020 in addition, I would also advise you to read the relevant codes, I found here them

https://lawrina.com/us-law/federal/codes/

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Posted : 24/06/2021 9:02 am

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