If a child is conceived by a couple that is not married, the father’s parental rights may be called into question without a paternity test. Issues related to establishing paternity can often become troublesome if it is not handled properly, as child support, custody, and various other parental rights are called into question.
In light of the seriousness of this situation, you should speak with a legal representative with a strong background in family law that understands the various laws associated with parental rights. At Fair Cadora, our experienced family law attorneys have handled hundreds of paternity cases and have the knowledge and foresight necessary to represent your interest and provide you with the answers you need.
We provide representation in the following areas:
Setting up court proceedings
Establishing paternity agreements
Establishing child support
Married Couples & Domestic Partnerships
In some cases, paternity may come into question even though a couple is married or in a domestic partnership. There can be a couple reasons for this, such as if you suspect that your child is not biologically linked to you, thus your responsibilities as a parent may not be required. These cases can be extremely complicated and need to be handled by an attorney that focuses solely on family law.
Why Establish Paternity?
If paternity is not established, child support, visitation, and your rights as a parent become suspect. Important information about your child, such as their medical records, school information, and various other documents can be withheld from you.
We know how terrifying this process can be, which is why it is in your best interest to contact our firm immediately. At Fair Cadora, we pride ourselves in having over two decades of experience helping families in their paternity actions. Our attorneys always work hard for our clients and have the drive and ambition necessary to maximize your possibly a positive outcome.