Paternity establishment is very important in the process for a child to properly receive the mental and financial support he or she needs for the proper care and development during their upbringing. Although, paternity establishment is automatically established for married couples. Unmarried couples have to go through a process to establish paternity. The acknowledgment of paternity form can be completed and signed at a hospital at the time of birth or with child services.
Often times due to some form of disagreement between an alleged father and mother of the child. A presumed father may not be initially present to establish paternity. The focus of this particular post is to share what the process of a court-ordered paternity test when a legal father has not been established regardless of the reason.
This is a brief overview of what you may expect to go through when trying to establish paternity. The process is the same whether both parents are on speaking terms or not. Please note, the information shared in this post and on our site is for informational purposes only. It should not be looked upon as legal advice. It is always recommended that you at least speak with a legal professional in your state regarding Family Law issues as they pertain to your current situation.
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