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Rights of an illegitimate child

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1 Rights of an illegitimate child on Sat Aug 20, 2011 9:34 pm


Arresto Menor
Hi... I am currently 8mos pregnant to a married man who has been divorced in Canada but not annulled in the Philippines. He left me for the reason na baka daw idemanda kami ng ex-wife nia. Now, may karapatan po ba ako na mag ask ng support for our child or wala since di pa sia naipapanganak and baka di pa sia pumirma sa birth certificate? thanks

ok i read some of the cases here.. seems like this is what i need to do:

1. file an affidavit of acknowledgment, if the father won't sign it, i need to file for a petition of filiation
2. if i get the document signed and notarized and he still won't give the exact amount that he needs to give my daughter, i can file for an "economic abuse" case?

is that what i need to do? please tell me if i understood it right.

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2 Re: Rights of an illegitimate child on Sun Aug 21, 2011 5:45 pm


thumbs up to you for reading up on this. you are correct.

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3 Re: Rights of an illegitimate child on Sun Aug 21, 2011 10:49 pm


Arresto Menor
thank you atty. I think I also read somewhere here that I can make my own affidavit since there are many samples from the web.. i just need to have it notarized po diba then send it sa family court? thank you for responding to my question. the father is willing to support our kid, i just want it to be legalized so i wont have a problem in the future.. salamat po uli!

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