Voluntary Establishment of Paternity in Arizona
Some people may believe paternity can only be legally established by filing a case in court and having a judge decide the issue after DNA testing is done or other proof is submitted to the court. However, if both parents agree who the biological father is, a simple process that does not require a court hearing can establish paternity. These methods are referred to as a voluntary establishment of paternity and are discussed in the videos below.
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