Paternity must be established when a child is born to parents that are not married.
Once paternity is established, a court may enter orders regarding legal decision making (what we used to call custody), parenting time and support for the child or children, just like in a divorce. These orders can be modified under certain conditions.
Paternity cases can be difficult. Not knowing your rights and the court process can have a significant impact on the outcome of your case. We can help.