Under 722.1002 Child the court determines was born or conceived during a marriage but is not issue of marriage.
But only way to is with DNA or Signed Acknowledgemnt either one Both parents have to sign, but yet part the states if a man name is on birth cetificate will just cause a man/husbans name is FORCED on birth Records(nurses but your name on it even when wife names real father) Point -this bill changes good points that are already on books. like (a judgement in action does not relieve individual described in sub (1)(d) from child suppot incurred before entry of judgment.
This is already on Parentage act ,,,why are they change'n a good law below,when reality is the above is worse.
Under 722.1004 Acknowledgment Sec.(4) Signed under this maybe basis for court ordered child suypport,custody,parenttime without further adjudication. (2)An acknowledgement may be signed anytime during the childs lifetime.
Alright, I have a few issues with this.
One, how is this any different than SB506 introduced in 2007 also by Michelle McManus? Why should any of us care about another Bill that's just going to be "sent to committee" to be lost and forgotten?
Two, the actions wherein a putative father can sue for paternity are still strictly limited. In all cases, the mother would have to be assisting the putative father's suit, or at least not fighting it. That being the case, it's pointless to give the man any rights at all. Why not simply let the woman do it, as she already has the rights to do so? This is a publicity stunt, meant to prove that certain senators actually care about a father's rights, when in fact they refuse to do anything to help us.
Look, I'm not asking anyone to believe as I believe. Just read the document before you form an opinion. Look at it yourselves and see where it states that a putative father may sue for paternity. If you can find one spot on there that doesn't require the mother's consent, you let me know. Until then, I'm tired of this tripe. How dare these people fill us with hope for nothing?!
I feel that the paternity act is important for society. Fathers need to be able to seek parental rights of their child. Children need both a mother and a father to adequately grow developmentally and to develop a sense of trust, security, and understanding of familial roles. As long as the biological father is able to provide the child with a safe and loving environment, he should be allowed to participate in his child's life and upbringing.