Paternity

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In cases where a person is not married but has a child, a paternity case may need to be filed in order to establish the right to have visitation and child custody.

At the Law Office of Steven N. Cole, Tempe family law attorneys assist both mothers and fathers who are either trying to prove paternity and assert their custody and visitation rights, or are defending against such a case. These cases could also influence child support.

Paternity cases are often extremely time sensitive. A parent may choose to move out of state prior to the establishment of paternity. A parent may try to restrict visitation and access either fairly or unfairly. In either case, it is imperative that a Phoenix paternity lawyer get involved early and provide advice at the onset.

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