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When a married couple has a child, they are both presumed to be the mother and father of the child. However, in cases where parents are unmarried, the child will not automatically have a formal relationship with the father. Establishing paternity in such cases is crucial for numerous reasons and the team at Blanchard & Thomas, PLLC can help you with the process. We understand how important this is and will skillfully guide you through every step. Time is of the essence in these situations. Call today!
If you were not married when your child was born, there are other ways to establish paternity.
Below are some of the most common methods used for establishing paternity:
Establishing paternity can benefit everyone involved, particularly the child who can benefit from the support of both parents.
Below are some of the benefits of establishing paternity:
If you had your child out of wedlock and would like to establish paternity, the legal team at Blanchard & Thomas, PLLC can assist you with the process. Too many fathers fail to support their children. We are overjoyed when we get to fight for fathers who welcome that obligation for the benefit of a child. We know how crucial it is to take this step and what it means for your child. You can rely on our experienced team to provide the legal support and guidance you need.