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Arizona Paternity Attorneys

Arizona Paternity Attorneys.

Experienced Arizona Paternity Attorneys

Paternity refers to the legal process of determining the biological father of a child who is born to an unmarried couple. If you are in this position, you may be looking for experienced Arizona paternity attorneys to help you. First, let’s first talk about paternity rights.

As there can be no doubt who a child’s mother is, determining who the father of the child is may be an issue that needs to be addressed.

The issue of paternity typically arises when parents of a child disagree regarding how much parenting time each parent will spend with their child or whether a purported father of a child should be paying child support.

Paternity, however, also affects other issues such as whether a father can include the child on his health insurance plan, whether that child will be able to inherit from his or her father and whether a father can prevent his or her child from being adopted by someone else.

It is very important, therefore, for a person who believes he is the father of a child born out of wedlock to establish the paternity of his child.

Once you establish paternity, you may have difficulty undoing the establishment of paternity if you later have doubts as to whether or not you are a child’s biological father.

Our paternity attorneys can help get an order requiring the mother of your child to cooperate with a DNA test to determine if you are the father of a child in Arizona.

If you have signed a Voluntary Acknowledgment of Paternity or established paternity in some other way and now need to contest your paternity of a child, our experienced paternity lawyers can help.

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Paternity Laws and Children in Arizona

Similar to any legal case, the Arizona laws pertaining to paternity, child custody, and child support can be complicated.

If not handled correctly, your rights and obligations with respect to your child can be significantly impacted.

Paternity cases also tend to present a very emotional time for a father.

Our paternity attorneys at Hildebrand Law, PC will work side-by-side with you to ensure you are protected throughout the process.

Our attorneys have been helping fathers in paternity cases for decades and have the knowledge and experience to get you through the process of establishing paternity, child custody, and child support in a manner that protects you and your child’s best interests.

We will help you through the multitude of important decisions that must be made in your paternity case.

It is very important that, during the process of establishing paternity, the attorney who represents you does not create an environment of hostility that could negatively impact your child.

The experienced paternity attorneys at Hildebrand Law, PC have the ability to professionally navigate you through the process of establishing paternity, child custody, and child support without creating an atmosphere of hostility and mistrust.

You should always do a DNA test to determine if you are the biological father of a child.

Once paternity is established in court, it may be very difficult to reverse a finding of paternity.

DNA experts will take a DNA sample from both the parents and the child.

The DNA expert will then exclude DNA markers found in the mother’s DNA from consideration.

The remaining DNA markers are then compared with the father’s marker.

If you do not share those same markers with the child, you are excluded as being the father of the child.

However, if your DNA markers match those of the remaining markers that were not matched to the mother, you are very likely the biological father of the child.

DNA testing can include or exclude you as being the likely biological father of a child to a very high degree of scientific certainty.

Complications can arise when a woman who is married gives birth to a child as a result of an affair with someone to whom she is not married.

The law in Arizona presumes the woman’s husband is the father of the child.

If this is the case, a person who wants to establish custody must file a lawsuit against both the mother of the child and her husband to contest the husband’s presumption of paternity.

The woman’s husband can attempt to prevent someone else from asserting a claim of paternity over that child that was born to a married woman.

We Have the Experience and Knowledge to Help You With Your Paternity Case

Arizona Paternity Lawyers.

Paternity, child custody, and child support issues can have very important repercussions to both parties in a paternity case.

It is very important, therefore, that you have the right paternity attorneys to help navigate you through the process of DNA testing, establishing paternity, child custody, and child support.

Our team of paternity lawyers understands the complex paternity laws in Arizona and can help you navigate through more complex paternity matters, including those involving international laws when the parents live in different countries and the complex Hague Convention treaty of which the United States is a participant to secure the return of children that have been abducted by a parent and taken to another country.

If you have questions about paternity attorneys in Arizona, you should seriously consider contacting the attorneys at Hildebrand Law, PC. Our Arizona paternity and family law attorneys have over 100 years of combined experience successfully representing clients in paternity and family law cases.

Our family law firm has earned numerous awards such as US News and World Reports Best Arizona Family Law Firm, US News and World Report Best Divorce Attorneys, “Best of the Valley” by Arizona Foothills readers, and “Best Arizona Divorce Law Firms” by North Scottsdale Magazine.

Call us today at (480)305-8300 or reach out to us through our appointment scheduling form to schedule your personalized consultation and turn your paternity or family law case around today.

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