Paternity

Paternity Lawyer Serving Southern Florida

Determining Paternity

It can occur that an issue of who the father of a child is can come into question for various reasons. They can be due to an unwed mother wishing to prove paternity in order to collect child support, or a potential father wishing to find out for certain whether he fathered a child. Regardless of the reason, paternity today can be tested for accurately. Florida law provides you with the means to determine what legal actions you may be able to take to determine paternity. An experienced Florida paternity attorney will be able to establish your best course of action to assist you with this matter.

In order to prove paternity of a child you will need to start with a legal filing. Either through blood tests or DNA, testing for paternity is now common, with this method easily proving paternity in almost every case. While there can be many issues that affect your parental rights, establishing them legally is the best form of determining a successful outcome.

Florida Paternity Attorney

Obtaining a decision on paternity can greatly affect you and the child's life. Whether you are seeking custody or visitation, or are contesting a child support order, establishing paternity can legally determine the outcome of your case. If you take the steps and choose to go to court in order to prove paternity one way or the other, you will find that our experience as paternity lawyers will assist you greatly in obtaining a successful outcome.

Bogle Law has been serving citizens of Charlotte County, South Sarasota County and Arcadia regarding all divorce matters for some time. As a Board Certified Criminal Trial Attorney and a former State Prosecutor, she has the experience you need. Her office offers clients the same resources as many large law firms without sacrificing the personalized attention to detail that comes with a small law firm. Contact our office today.

Contact Florida Paternity Lawyer Tauna R. Bogle, P.A. for legal assistance in your paternity case.