Do I have to pay child support if I didn’t want the mother to have the baby?

Yes, you have to pay child support even if you didn’t want to mother to have the baby unless you surrender all rights to that child. The fact that you still have to pay child support if you didn’t want the child is a matter of public policy. Child support cases are not concerned with fairness to the parents but only consider what would be in the child's best interests. Enter your ZIP code below to speak with a local attorney about your child support payments.

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