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If an unwed father is not listed on the birth certificate, he has no legal rights to the child. This includes no obligation to paying child support and no rights to visitation to custody or child support. If no father is listed on the birth certificate, the mother has sole legal rights and responsibility of the child.
at 1-800-932-0211. and click on Establishing Paternity to: request an AOP form; and ◆ view a sample AOP form.
The mother and father can sign an Acknowledgment of Paternity form. This form is usually filled out at the hospital when the child is born but is also available in the local child support office and local birth registrar.
The affidavit of acknowledgment executed by the father should be registered with the civil registry office where the birth of the child was registered.
A: An AOP establishes a legal relationship between the father and the child. It also allows the child to receive the fathers Social Security benefits, inheritance and military benefits; and should give the father access to the childs medical and school records.
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Call (866) 255-2006 to find a certified entity near you. The certified entity will then file the AOP and/or DOP with the Texas Vital Statistics Unit. Parents who live out of state can get help completing an AOP or DOP over the phone by calling (866) 255-2006.
To get a copy, fill out an Acknowledgment of Paternity Inquiry Request form. Get the form here: Texas Vital Statistics Forms. Instructions are included on the form. You can also contact the Vital Statistics Unit at 512-776-7111.
To add, remove or replace a parent on a birth record, complete the Request to Modify Parentage on a Birth Record form. To modify information, other than parentage, complete the appropriate form below, based on the age of the individual whose record needs to be amended.
If you are not listed as the father on the birth certificate, you have no rights to custody, visitation, or paying child support. To establish a fathers legal rights to their child, it is required that they establish paternity.
Paternity is automatically established if the parents are married to each other when the child is born. The husband is the legal father and his name will be on the childs birth certificate.

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