It’s called presumption of paternity - LaMonaca Law

Date10/17/2020 5:43:20 AM
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The state of Pennsylvania assumes that any child born to a married couple is the husband’s child. It’s called presumption of paternity. The husband doesn’t need to prove that he’s the father, as his name automatically goes into the birth certificate. For unmarried couples, there’s no such thing as presumption of paternity. While the birth mother is assumed to be the child’s mother, there’s no assumption of the father’s identity. He’ll have to prove paternity before gaining those rights. Otherwise, the mother automatically gets sole custody of the child.
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