Paternity Law Attorney in Stuart
Helping Establish/De-establish Paternity
Whether you are a father trying to contest or assume your parental rights or a mother trying to determine the legal father of your child, ADL Law, P.A. can help you today. Backed by years of in-depth legal experience, our paternity lawyer in Stuart has a comprehensive understanding of paternity law in Florida. We have a long track record of success in determining and contesting paternity and have helped countless individuals all throughout the state. Our lawyer can help you establish or-de-establish paternity quickly and efficiently while ensuring your best interests and rights are protected throughout the legal process.
To learn more about our family law attorney in Stuart and how we can help you, please either call us today at (772) 210-9097 or contact us online.
Establishing Paternity in Florida
Under Florida law, paternity is established when a child is born during a couple's marriage, or through an Establishment of Paternity case. When a child is born, and the mother is not married, the child does not have a legal father and the mother is entirely responsible for the child’s welfare.
Therefore, when establishing paternity in Florida, it is best to move quickly. Legal paternity needs to be established for either party to achieve their goals. While the process of establishing or de-establishing paternity may be daunting and seemingly difficult, we have the skills to help you get what you want in a timely and professional manner.
There are numerous benefits to establishing paternity in Florida, which include:
- The ability to receive Social Security or veteran’s benefits, inheritances, and military allowances
- Medical support as well as financial child support from both parents
- Life or health insurance from either parent, if available
- Placement of the father’s name on the birth certificate
- The child knows who his or her father is
- Access to information regarding family medical history
There are also numerous benefits to de-establishing paternity, which include:
- The former legal father is no longer partially financially responsible for the child
- The mother has full custody and rights over her child
- The child can potentially be able to find his/her biological father
- Provides accurate information about family medical history, rather than false
To schedule your case evaluation with our family law lawyer in Stuart, please feel free to reach out to us today at (772) 210-9097.
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