Have to pay child support for a child conceived in rape when they are released from prison? For example a man rapes a woman and of that rape a child is conceived. The man is caught and thrown in prison. Meanwhile the child is born and DNA conclusively proves that child is the rapists. Does the rapist have to pay child support? And does the rapist get visitation with their child since they did their time?
No clue, but I would hope visitation would be denied since he raped the mother. I wouldn't even try going after him for child support. I'd leave him alone and hope he never contacted me again. That's like putting salt on the wound.
by Anonymous - Original Poster
November 17, 2013 at 1:56 AM
Well I assumed their would be cases of severed rights and such. But I was curious if there are cases that went the other way.
The visitation has happened. So I'm sure child support has as well. Unless his rights are severed.