In Denelle v. Denelle, the mother of a child filed a Complaint for Support against Putative Parent. Mother appealed the trial court’s order, which found that Putative Parent was not the child’s biological father, set Putative Parent’s financial obligation to zero, and ordered Mother to file a Complaint for Support against the biological father. The Superior Court affirmed, holding that the record supported the trial court’s finding that Putative Parent did not sign an Acknowledgment of Paternity and, therefore, was not legally bound by the statutory requirements of Section 5103 of the Domestic Relations Code.