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Men and child support in Florida

If a mother is the primary caregiver to a child after a divorce, the father may be required by the court to pay child support. However, if the father is the child's primary caregiver, should he be allowed to ask for child support? There are a wide range of opinions on the issue. Some believe that true equality means that everyone is treated equally regardless of their gender.

Establishing paternity in Florida

When a child is born, there are four ways to categorize the father. First, the child may be born to parents out of wedlock, but the biological father acknowledges his parentage. He is now known as the acknowledged father and is required to pay child support. Even if no one acknowledges that he is the father of a child, there are criteria under which a man may be presumed to fill this role.

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