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ok I am a veteran and I can let you know that your best bet is to get in contact with his base's top commander and inform him of all of your previous efforts with him and his chain of command and ask for his assistance also write a letter to your congressman and ask that they get involved. YOU WILL NOT BE IGNORED AFTER THIS. You can also contact your local child support office and ask for information and assistance in putting him up for child support. GOOD LUCK AND GOD BLESS
I have tried that to, talking to his commanding officer and come to find out they were friends. His commanding officer told me to set up an appointment for us to take a paternity test and call him back with the information so that he can take the test i did that 2 times and didnt show up for neither one.
My dear, This child's father is in the Navy! Bingo! The military is VERY GOOD at getting the troops to pay up! Contact his command or commanding officer, that should help. If you can't get them, contact the Chaplain on the base he's out of for assistance. Your daughter is entitled to an allotment, medical and base benefits. Talk with base legal/JAGG on base. You have more rights than you imagine. Take care.