Cases in which a formal parenting relationship is created have historically been referred to as paternity cases. A parenting plan and order of support are required by law in cases where paternity has been established but parties do not reside together or are not married. Douglas R. Hughes has represented both mothers and fathers during this process. Setting up a parenting plan and child support can be complex. Also, after determination of parentage, other areas may be legally affected, such as healthcare and inheritance. Each party has important legal rights in establishing paternity. There are many critical legal deadlines and requirements. Let us help you with your paternity case.
Call Douglas R. Hughes for a phone consultation at (509) 283-1433 to help understand this potentially complex legal situation