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Monday, January 25, 2010

DNA test on the rise

Mike L. whose DNA proved he was not the biological father of a girl that he had raised from birth. Mike was extremely conflicted because he still loved his daughter deeply. However, upon learning that his former wife was about to marry the alleged biological father of their child, he asked the courts to relinquish his child support payments. Surprisingly, they refused. Mike continues to pay child support to his former wife and his daughter’s biological dad and he is not happy.

DNA tests have proven that 40% of children are born outside of marriage and the number of paternity tests has increased by 60% in the past decade. With a swab from the cheek, life can change dramatically. Most states require an unmarried couple to complete an Acknowledgement of Paternity (AOP) before the baby’s birth certificate is signed. However, there is a growing movement to have mandatory paternity tests done, even for married couples.

Life is indeed, messy. Most state-appointed judges will NOT let non-biological fathers to stop paying child support in the “best interest of the child.” According to the courts, if a man acknowledges paternity and a bond has been established with the child, it would be disruptive for that relationship to disappear. It is now recommended that a presumed father, biological mother or biological father challenge paternity before the child turns 2. This would allow for any discrepancies to be resolved before deep parental bonds have formed. However, there are men who dispute this proposal stating a man may not discover he is not the child’s biological father until years later.

Unfortunately I have to side with the court, once the bond is established then you have to continue being dad. Although I think that the one who plays the fool should suffer the wrath of the Court and they should not only throw the book at her but they should also make her pay back every dime that she got from the father. That is a form of deception that should become a class A misdemenor!

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Sunday, January 24, 2010

Bristol Palin sues for child support

Sarah Palin's daughter Bristol is seeking child support from the father of her one-year-old son. Documents filed in an Alaskan court show she is seeking $1,750 (£1,090) a month from Levi Johnston, 19. Their son, Tripp, was born in December 2008.

Mrs Palin was the Republican candidate

for vice-president when it was revealed Bristol was pregnant. Mrs Palin said the couple would marry, but they separated shortly afterwards. The child support motion says that Mr Johnston has paid only $4,400 in more than a year. Ms Palin is also seeking child support of $18,350, based on an estimate of Mr Johnston's income last year – thought to be more than $105,000 for media interviews and modelling. Ms Palin is also seeking full custody of Tripp.

Any Court that rules against a 19 year old with no job, to pay almost $2,000 dollars a month is not living in the real world.

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Holyfied Suffering from high child support payments

The former heavyweight boxing champion of the world Evander “The Real Deal” Holyfield is trying to get his child support payment’s to Ex-wife Janice Itson modified because his income has decreased significantly and he is no longer making the same amount of money that he was 10 years ago.

Holyfield has been in financial trouble the last several years, he was in jeopardy of losing his Georgia mansion and has been reported to have several other children from different women that he also has to support financially.

Evander Holyfield at age 47 will continue to fight to help make ends meet. Holyfield will take on South African Francois Botha on February 20 for the WBF title at Nelson Mandela Memorial Stadium in Kampala, Uganda.

When does reality set in that this man is almost 50 and he is fighting to literally pay child support. Enough is enough stop this madness and lower the mans child support payments so he can still survive!

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