If you are a being asked or forced by a court order to pay child support for a child for whom you believe you are not the biological father you should review the article/blog written by the law firm, Ayo & Iken. Click on the attached link below. In summary, the article describes disestablishment of paternity and provides a detailed example of a situation in which a non-biological father is obligated to pay child support. The article discusses biological father versus legal father and lists the four basic situations in which a man could be the legal father for purposes of assuming rights and obligations as a father; one obligation of which is to pay child support. In addition, the article discusses the process of disestablishing paternity and situations in which the court would allow such a disestablishment and when the court would deny such a request for disestablishment.