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.
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