For unmarried fathers and mothers, establishing paternity can help achieve goals that elevate the emotional and financial health of families.
For unmarried mothers, the typical aim of paternity is to legally confirm the biological father of the child in order to obtain child support. A skilled attorney is able to delineate the conservatorship, possession and access times with the father (when applicable) and work toward regular financial support.
For unmarried fathers of children, paternity works to establish their fathers’ rights to possession time with children or in some cases to establish even full custody – it is important to keep in mind that unmarried fathers have rights as well as financial responsibilities toward their children.
If you are involved or working through any of these issues, it is critical to understand paternity logistics and processes.
Florida Paternity Action Lawyer
For more than 45 years we have been dealing with family law and paternity issues and have arrived at substantial success during our tenure. We take the time to understand the unique wants, needs and goals of unmarried mothers and fathers and can bring our tireless advocacy to help you achieve an ideal outcome.
It is important to note that if you are dealing with move-away/relocation issues, it is absolutely critical to establish paternity if you wish to continue to maintain custody of your children. We encourage you to reach out as soon as possible.
To schedule a free consultation with a Daytona Beach paternity lawyer, contact our law office in Daytona Beach, Florida, at 386-248-2083.