Experienced Representation In Paternity Matters
Key Facts To Know About Paternity
Generally, the father named on the birth certificate at the time of birth is considered the biological father. If this is contested, either by the mother or a man who believes he is the father, DNA testing can be ordered to prove paternity. Our firm will facilitate this testing, helping you find the answers you need. Once the results are in, we will prepare the court documents and case to legally establish paternity.
While these cases are often fairly straightforward, they can be complicated by other family dynamics or the involvement of a stepparent in the child’s life. We seek to help fathers, mothers and families as they sort through these issues and establish decrees that will serve as the framework for the child’s life going forward.
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To arrange an initial consultation to discuss the paternity issues you face with our Santa Rosa paternity lawyers, please contact our California law firm today at 707-545-8516.