PATERNITY – when a woman is pregnant and not married to the natural father, either one of them can bring a paternity case. There are some time limits involved, and it gets more complicated if the woman is married to someone who is not the natural father. You can seek a paternity determination through Child Support Enforcement, but they will only deal with “custody” and child support. You can only get an order dealing with timesharing (what used to be called “visitation”) if you have an agreement about it. Otherwise, you are on your own in regarding to when the child is with each parent.