It is widely known that having a healthy relationship with both parents is the most beneficial family arrangement a child can have. However, if two unwed parents give birth to a child it is far too easy for the father to be cut out of the picture altogether. While maternal rights are automatically established at birth, an unwed father has virtually no rights until his paternity is established. To assert your fathers' rights and regain contact and visitation with your child, contact a Covina divorce lawyer from my firm today. I am well versed in all areas of family law, and will be able to help you take the steps necessary to be part of your child's life once more.
After you have established the paternity of your child, you will be able to seek child custody or visitation with your child. Additionally, you will now be legally responsible for the financial stability of your child and will likely be forced to pay child support to help with the financial burden of raising a child. Establish paternity is the first step to building a lasting relationship with your child. Let me and my firm help you.
If you are trying to establish paternity of your child it is essential that you have the help of an experienced divorce attorney. At my firm, The Law Offices of Paul A. Eads, A.P.C., I am dedicated to helping reunite families through establishment of paternity and visitation for the father. You deserve to be involved in your child's life; let my firm help you take the legal action required to access those rights. With years of experience, I understand how the paternity process works and what will be required of you before and after paternity has been determined. Contact my firm today for all the information you need.
Contact a Covina paternity attorney from my firm immediately if you are attempting to prove the paternity of your child.