In a paternity action, the court will generally order DNA tests to establish paternity. Then, once the father is adjudicated, the father is able to seek custody rights and physical placement or visitation with the child through the court. The court will also set child support based on the parents’ incomes based on how much physical placement each parent has.
The main reason we are hired for paternity cases in Elkhorn is to protect our client’s rights. These cases move very quickly; and we have the knowledge and experience to guide the potential parent through the process by helping decide how to proceed before the issue is upon them in court.
Our firm has both filed paternity cases and represented potential parents in Elkhorn paternity cases. We have also represented clients on both sides of paternity cases and even in the midst of divorce actions for children not the child of the married spouse.
Contact Attorney Missimer today at (262) 565-8200 to schedule a free and confidential 30-minute phone consultation regarding your paternity questions.
You may want to check out a few of our information pages for more reading material on General Family Law Information page; and our Paternity Information page if you are involved in a Elkhorn Paternity action.
We also suggest you check out our Child Support Information page for those of you that may be paying or receiving child support in a Elkhorn WI Paternity case.
Lastly, you may want to read Atty Richard Missimer’s answers posted on Avvo for Q&A if you are seeking yet more information about Walworth County Paternity cases.
We believe you will find that Atty Richard is an extremely good Paternity Attorney in Walworth County WI. He will give you a free consultation by phone, consider contacting him at (262) 565-8200.