The paternity of a child can have large implications for custody, child support, and a host of other family-related matters. Whether you believe that you're not the parent of a child, or you need to prove that an ex-partner is the parent of a child. Requiring someone to take a paternity DNA test can be difficult. You will need a court order if you want to prove the paternity of your child. If you need to prove that someone is or is not the father of a child, a paternity test is essential.

Verify Paternity:

You may be trying to verify that you are not the true parent of a child. For example, if you're currently paying child support for a child that you believe is someone else's, you may need to verify paternity.

Establishing Parentage:

If a child is born out of wedlock, it can create a variety of problems for the father of the child. If you are not automatically assigned the parent at birth, it may impact your right to custody, visitation, and more.

If you're facing an issue that relates to the paternity of a child, the attorneys at Clark & Gomez are ready to help. We understand the sensitive nature surrounding paternity cases. We'll work closely with you to provide legal advice and guidance throughout the process.