This page will provide information for parents who are unmarried and need court orders to establish parenting time, custody and child support. A paternity suit is brought when a Court order is needed to identify the father of a child. This legal action allows the court to order child support and make orders about parenting time. Paternity issues may arise under some of the following circumstances:
Wrong Father’s Name on the Birth Certificate Question: I signed the birth certificate of a child thinking she was mine. I have since learned that the child is not mine. The mother has filed for child support and I had papers served on me. Is there anything I can do to get my name taken off the birth certificate? What should I do now? A review of Kansas law related to paternity is here.
This is a form that can be filled in to prepare a Kansas Parenting Plan.
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