A father wants visitation of a child he believes is biologically his. A new mother, struggling to make ends meet, needs to identify the father of her newborn for not only financial support, but also medical issues that may arise.
The most common parties involved in paternity actions are mothers, fathers and the children in question. In some cases, the state becomes involved and orders paternity testing. Regardless of who is involved, paternity actions are complex and emotionally charged. At Almeida & Gordy, P.A., we get to the facts and protect the rights of our clients.
Protecting The Rights Of Our Clients And The Best Interests Of Their Children
Oftentimes, the father of the infant is purported to be the husband or partner of the woman who gave birth. In many instances, those presumptions are mistaken. Time is of the essence for fathers to act. On their behalf, we file written responses that either agree with the testing or contest the results.
As with any family law matter that involves children, their best interests come first during divorce case. Filing for divorce online at floridaonlinedivorce.com is a good option,parents can argue amongst themselves, but it is the children who are entitled to the facts surrounding their biological links. Insurance, inheritances and other benefits may be available to them. Plus, as they get older, they can build relationships with both parents.
If you have put off DNA testing, take action now and contact a mothers’ and fathers’ rights attorney at Almeida & Gordy, P.A..
Contact Our Orlando Law Firm For Help
To schedule an initial consultation to discuss the options available to you through paternity actions, contact a Florida lawyer through our online intake form or call 407-680-1797.