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Woman who gave birth to child of NBA star seeking sole custody

Many times, child custody or child support battles in Clinton Township and elsewhere can be lengthy and very contentious as two people end their marriage and go their separate ways. However, not all child custody and child support cases are equal. Sometimes, they can involve a couple that is not even married and other times the actual paternity of the child can be in question.

NBA star Paul George is apparently facing child custody and child support issues with a woman with whom he reportedly fathered a child. According to reports, the woman has asked in her filing that she have sole custody of the baby girl, who was born earlier this year, due to Mr. George’s inability to care for the child because of his busy travel schedule.

According to reports, Mr. George has already admitted that he is most likely the father. However, the woman has asked that a paternity test be given in order to verify that the Indiana Pacers star is in fact the girl’s father. Meantime, Mr. George has reportedly stated that if he is the father then he will take full responsibility for the child.

As this situation proves, not all child custody and child support issues have to turn ugly. However, unfortunately, many times they do take a turn for the worse. If you are involved in a complex child custody or child support battle of any kind then you might want to seek the help of an experienced and knowledgeable family law attorney who can help you through all of the possible complex issues that can arise.

Source: The Indianapolis Star, “Woman seeks sole custody of child she said was fathered by Pacers' Paul George,” June 25, 2014.

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