NJ Lawyers for Paternity Issues
Are you trying to establish or challenge paternity in the state of New Jersey? Our team of efficient, tough paternity law attorneys represented a number of clients just like you. The most common method of establishing paternity is through a DNA test. Both the mother and father would be required for testing and if the DNA test gives a result of at least 95% probability, then parentage is established. Even if the person in question is determined to not be the biological parent, that person can still qualify being the psychological parent which would entitle that individual to the same rights as a biological parent. Once paternity is established, our attorneys can work with you through the obligations it carries, such as child support, child custody, visitation, health insurance, and inheritance rights. Discuss your case today with our battle-tested, skilled family law attorneys with our free initial consultation.
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