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Newsletter articles from 2009

What is the definition of “Commencing legal proceedings” when dealing with the Putative Father Registry? By Kimberly J. Anderson March 2009 In the case outlined in this article, the father registered with the Putative Father Registry, and as required by statute, within thirty days of the date that he signed the Putative Father Registry, he “commenced legal proceedings” to establish parentage of his child.
Who has the right to contest the validity of a voluntary acknowledgment of paternity when dealing with the Putative Father Registry? By Kimberly J. Anderson May 2009 A look at the challenges of contesting and amending of a Voluntary Acknowledgment of Paternity in an adoption case.