When a child is born outside of marriage, paternity must be established in order to provide a father with rights to his child and for the Court to order allocation of parental responsibilities for decision-making, parenting time, child support, and children’s expenses. An individual may file a petition seeking to establish paternity with the Court to establish and enforce their rights.
After establishing paternity, parents face many of the same issues that divorcing parents face including allocation of decision-making responsibilities, parenting time, child support, and children’s expenses.
Hammer Serna & Quinn assists parentage/paternity clients in navigating their unique issues to reach a settlement that works for them and their children.
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