My husband has two kids and never married the kids' mom. We recently went to court to try to get joint custody not knowing that my husband didn't have any rights to the kids because they were never married. Even though never married, he always provided health care, always provided a home, always had food, clothing and everything else the kids needed. He also spent equal times with the kids as the mother did. With doing all of this, he still does not have any rights. So she ends up being appointed custodial parent and my husband with just visitations. In court, the judge told the mother's attorney that my husband would only be paying $29 a month, give or take, in child support. The reason for this amount is because my husband makes .17 more than she does. The judge also told her attorney to put the days my husband would have the children. When the order was presented to us, the days were wrong and the child support was totally off. Her attorney had filled out the child support worksheet and came out with the amount of $947 a month. We are worried that she is just trying to get as much money out of my husband as possible. The judge told her attorney what to put down as child support and we don't know which amount is right. We also have an attorney but he is not worried about the child support as he is about the number of days. My husband has done everything for the kids since they have been born. And just because he did not physically give birth to the kids, he doesn't have any rights to them. Is there anything we can do as far the child support? We didn't know if we could go back to court or go juvenile court to settle this. Any help would be greatly appreciated.