Paternity and Legitimization

Paternity and Legitimization

When children are born to unmarried parents, questions may arise concerning paternity and legitimation.

If one of the parents has failed to provide financial support, there are legal remedies available. Likewise, fathers wanting to establish legal rights to their children must pursue a legitimation.

The first step toward understanding your rights is to speak with an experienced family law attorney about pursuing a paternity or legitimation petition. Attorneys Trinity Hundredmark and Pat McDonough has the experience to make the process easier for you and your family, and is committed to helping her clients reach the best possible outcome.

At Andersen, Tate & Carr, P.C. our skilled attorneys will help you recognize your legal rights and determine whether pursuing paternity or legitimation is in your best interest as a parent.

Contact Trinity Hundredmark and Pat McDonough at Andersen, Tate & Carr, P.C. for a private case evaluation.

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