Contact Toledo Paternity Lawyer, Seneca Weirich Harden regarding your Child Paternity, Divorce, or other Family Law Attorney needs by calling 419.509.7537.
About Child Paternity: Establishing the biological paternity between of a child and a father, as well as disproving the biological connection between a child and an assumed father has many ramifications. Proving or disproving child paternity will directly affect issues such as child support, child custody, visitation, parenting plans, and any other lawful responsibilities between a child and father.
Proving or disproving that a man is the biological father may be voluntary or a paternity test may be ordered by the family law court. A paternity test may be conducted voluntarily, or by order of the court.
Those who may legally request a paternity test regarding a child's biological father include:
Child Paternity Representation: Depending on of you are the mother of a child, the assumed father of a child, or a man that believes he is or is not the biological father of a child, your legal rights and options will differ.
For the mother, we may have to assist her in establishing paternity for child support, child custody, or visitation reasons, or to disprove paternity in order to legally sever ties between her child and a man that has been assumed as the biological father.
For a man, we may have to assist him in legally disproving paternity to eliminate financial responsibility for a child that is not his, or to establish that he is the biological father of a child to legally form a relationship with a child that is his.
While paternity test may be voluntarily conducted, most paternity tests or conducted because of a legal action request by either the mother, the assumed father, a man who believes he is or is not the biological father of a child, or Grandparents or other blood relatives under specific circumstances.
If you require professional legal services regarding child paternity, divorce or other family law legal issues, be proactive in protecting your legal rights by seeking the legal advice of an experienced Toledo paternity attorney - lawyer. Contact the Law Offices of Seneca Weirich Harden, LLC by calling 419.509.7537.
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