Experienced Guidance In Paternity Establishment
Paternity is a unique half to the same coin when it comes to parenthood. When a child is born, the maternity of the child is immediately established as there is no question who the mother is. However, when it comes to establishing paternity, things are a little different. Paternity is not something that is immediately granted to the father of the child, which can make things difficult in the long run.
Here at Sparr, Belville & Brown, LLC, we have been helping clients establish paternity for a number of reasons for years. It is not an easy process to establish paternity, and things only get harder if the father is not compliant. Having an attorney at your side that knows about establishing paternity can bring you to the outcome that you and your family need to move forward in life.
Why Establishing Paternity Is Important
There are people out there who do not understand the full value of what paternity offers a family. In a family where the father is a present figure but does not have paternity rights, this can keep the father from electing important decisions for his children on his own.
In a home where the father is not a present figure, or if the couple is divorced, then establishing paternity is a crucial step in establishing child support. There are many cases in which child support will not be granted unless it is proven who the father is.
Whether you are looking to establish paternity for a person, or if you are looking to prove that you are not the father of a child, you still need an attorney for your best possible outcome.
Get Clear Answers When You Need Them Most
If you are near Oshkosh, contact us today for a Wisconsin attorney you can trust to represent your best interests. You can call 920-335-1413 or email us here to schedule your initial consultation with an attorney to discuss what options you have to protect yourself. The sooner you reach out to an attorney, the sooner you can reach an end to your needs. Contact us today and see what we can do for you.