thnx so much for the responses to my other question. My question this time regards TX state laws: if the biological father never signed an Acknowledgement of Paternity, or the birth certificate, nor filed the DNA test with the TX Paternity Registry, does that mean hes not the legal father? &If hes not does he have any rights? the dna test was done through a private venue if that makes a diffrence. Also whats the diffrence between a biological and legal father?Answer Question
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