If the parties were never married, paternity must be established by the Juvenile Court prior to the Court granting the parent with any visitation or custody rights as well as requiring them to provide the child with any financial report.


When parties are married, there is a presumption that both parties are the parents to the minor children unless one party proves otherwise.  

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