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54 minutes ago, edgeofnik said:

 

That would only happen if Sharon/Dylan challenged Nick in court. Since this is being handled privately and all the parties 'know the truth,' no reason for court to get involved. And, as @Juliajms noted, Sharon did maternity test that proves Sage is mother. Since Nick/Sage were married at time baby born, he is automatically Nick's son. Trust me, in the real world, a lot of men are scammed on that issue and are forced to pay child support for children that weren't even theirs. 

And they go to jail if they don't.

http://dadsrights.com/index.php/childless-men-jailed-for-non-payment-of-child-support/

 

Chaos would reign if anyone could challenge paternity without reasonable proof, but I do think when the presumptive father can prove they aren't the parent it's wrong for them to have to pay child support. 

 

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15 minutes ago, Juliajms said:

And they go to jail if they don't.

http://dadsrights.com/index.php/childless-men-jailed-for-non-payment-of-child-support/

 

Chaos would reign if anyone could challenge paternity without reasonable proof, but I do think when the presumptive father can prove they aren't the parent it's wrong for them to have to pay child support. 

 

Do you think Pratt does his homework?

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There is a legal birth certificate showing Sharon & Dylan as parents of Sully.  Custody will have to be decided legally in a court of law, even if everyone agrees.  Nick wants the child to be named Christian and that requires legal changes.  I hope that Chelsea and Victor tell Nick the truth but want him to raise the child.

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