OAG will not work with me as a possible non custodial parent

by Jr
(Hereford Tx)

I have been asking for a paternity test since 94 and was never granted one. I was in jail when we went to the child support hearing.The mother did not go. my papers were sent to my parents address and i never looked at them until recently.on these papers there is another man named as presumed father.The judge asked me If she was my child and I told him I dont know! The child has quit school. she hasnt gone in 2 years. She hasnt lived with her mom in that time because she is living with her boyfriend, and she was pregnant the year before last and just recently had another one. The Child support System does not care.. The girl is 17. I know Texas is a state that accepts common law marriage and if she is living with her boyfriend with their child its a common law marriage. I have been fighting this. Since this girl has been 2 yrs old I have tried and tried to bond with her but she acts like me and my family are just the local bank! She only calls when she demands money. I honestly do not believe she is my child. She doesnt have any of mine or my parents charaterictis like all my nieces and nephews do.but since i am the so called non custodial parents and owe a tiny bit of support i am screwed unless i can come up with thousands of dollars for a paternity test and lawyer on my own.. the Attorney General in Texas honestly sucks..

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New York Non-Custodial
by: Anonymous

I am in New YOrk but the law here is that is you have any doubt the child is your the family court will order a mandatory paternity test. I wishit were the same for you.

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by: Anonymous

I wanted to tell you that it is the law in TX that if a paternity test has not been done within 4 years of the child birth they cannot force you to pay child support. In fact you can sue them for violation of paternity laws in TX.

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