Activity: Who is the Legal Father?

According to Michigan law, a man who marries a woman with a child becomes:

The legal father of the child.
The putative father of the child.
Responsible for paying child support.
The legal husband of the mother of the child.

In Michigan, a man who signs the Affidavit of Parentage form for a child born to an unmarried mother becomes:

The legal father of the child.
The putative father of the child.
Responsible for paying child support.
The legal husband of the mother of the child.

In Michigan, when a man signs the Affidavit of Parentage form for a child born to an unmarried mother, the child receives:

The same legal rights as a child born during a marriage.
Most of the legal rights of a child born during a marriage.
None of the legal rights of a child born during a marriage.
Only the legal rights granted by the court.

In Michigan, a man is determined as the legal father of a child born to an unmarried woman by:

Signing a notarized Affidavit of Parentage form.
Receiving genetic test results proving he is the father.
A court order establishing paternity.
Either signing a notarized Affidavit of Parentage form or a court order establishing paternity.

What is the minimum age requirement for a teen parent to legally sign an Affidavit of Parentage.

17.
16.
There is no minimum age requirement.

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