Helping Mothers And Fathers Address Paternity Issues
Whether you are the mother of a child trying to prove paternity, or a man who has been identified as the possible father and you are seeking to challenge paternity or establish father’s rights, a DNA test may be necessary to move forward in your paternity case. At the law office of Mackoy, Hernandez, Qualls, Jones and Woods LLP, we can provide you with the legal services necessary to pursue your legal objectives regarding parentage.
Our attorneys have almost 100 combined years of experience working with the Attorney General’s office and within the family court to help establish parental rights and responsibilities. When you call our firm to schedule your initial appointment, you can rest assured that you will meet directly with an experienced attorney. Contact us today to schedule an initial consultation with an experienced family law attorney. We will clearly explain the paternity test order, and what the result will mean for you under current Texas laws.
- Depending on the age of the client, different issues must be considered in paternity cases. If you are the parent of a minor age girl who is pregnant, a paternity test may be required to secure the child support your daughter and your grandchild will need.
- We consider both the short term and long term effects a paternity test has on young fathers and refer them to the necessary resources that are available to them in order to fulfill their parental obligations.
- After the results of a paternity test have been determined, a mother has the right to recover child support obligations that may be due for the healthy care of the child.
- Conversely, the father is not without rights. In many cases, a father who is ordered to pay child support may pursue custody, visitation, and other parental rights.
If you feel that you have a legitimate paternity suit, we can help explain the laws and how we can help you protect your rights. Call a paternity lawyer at 469-269-0134 or contact us online to schedule a consultation to discuss paternity rights or their termination with a qualified member of our family law legal team.