Plaintiff brought an action in equity against the mother of two children born out of wedlock for the purpose of having himself declared father of the children, entitled to visitation and all other rights attendant upon paternity, and for such other and further relief as equity may require. The trial court decreed that plaintiff was the father, that he pay $10 per week in support, and that he be entitled to reasonable visitation. On appeal, Held: Plaintiff has no cause of action. Paltani v. Creel, 169 Neb. 591, 100 N.W.2d 736 (1960).
Samuel Van Pelt,
Family Law—Legitimation Proceeding by Father of Child Born Out of Wedlock,
39 Neb. L. Rev. 772
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