Parentage must be established before child support or child custody orders can be obtained. Parentage is determined in paternity actions. In paternity cases, evidence is obtained to identify the biological father of a minor child when the parties were not married at the time of the child’s birth.
At the Kimberly C. Brown Law Firm, we offer individual representation of mothers and fathers in a variety of parentage related matters, including legitimation, DNA testing and establishing child support, custody, and visitation. We put in the effort to learn everything about your specific situation and provide honest and expert advice regarding your options. Throughout the entire process, our attorneys will be there to guide you.
If you have questions about this topic or need representation, call the Kimberly C. Brown Law Firm today.
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