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Paternity

A paternity case usually arises when the biological father of the child has not signed the paternity affidavit or when there is a dispute as to who the biological father is. Typically, before the court can order a parenting plan, an order of paternity will need to be entered. We can help parents establish paternity, a parenting plan, and child support.

Client Reviews
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"Clear and concise through the process. Jennifer Schroader took over a case from another attorney that was not in line with the desired outcome. After hearing the details and looking over existing materials, she was able to map a path to resolution and keep us informed of progress in a timely and unambiguous way. Being a family attorney, she understood the balance between the legal matters and how it affects the parties involved. She remained completely professional in all communications. I highly recommend a consultation to hire." James
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"I hired Jennifer to assist me in a child custody battle. I was very impressed with her professionalism. Jennifer had many obstacles and shenanigans to deal with in my case. I couldn't be more happy with the outcome and the way she handled herself." Rebecca
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"Jennifer really does give you the most bang for your buck. Super reasonable pricing. Lots of effort was noticeably made on her end to get the best results possible given the circumstances. Made me feel heard and cared about. Im not sure how things could get any better with the services that were provided." David