In Wisconsin, once paternity is established there is a presumption each parent has equal parental rights. But this can be rebutted based on factors depending upon the best interests of the child. In order to take any paternity actions, such as for custody, placement and support, an acknowledgement of paternity must be signed to designate the father.
Call the Waukesha paternity dispute lawyers at (414) 210-3135.
Probst Law Offices, S.C. represents clients in a wide range of legal matters, including DNA testing, acknowledgement of paternity and other paternity actions. Additionally, she guides clients through actions to gain custody and placement, child support and other parental rights. As your attorney, she will provide you with a high level of professional service and personal support throughout your case.
Knowledgeable Milwaukee Paternity Test Fathers Rights Lawyer
These days, the deadbeat dad is becoming more and more of a rarity. More often, fathers are coming forward with the desire to be active parents. It is important to establish paternity as early as possible, as child support and other parental rights cannot be established until an action is filed.
Jane Probst and Lindsey White handle paternity cases for both mothers and fathers. They can knowledgeably and skillfully guide you through the process, from paternity testing and filing paternity actions to establishing child support, child custody and other rights. Probst Law Offices, S.C is dedicated to helping you find and achieve the best solution for your unique situation, either through mediation, negotiation, or if needed, litigation.
For a free, half-hour initial consultation with experienced Milwaukee and Waukesha paternity attorneys, call (414) 210-3135 or send an email using the online form on this website. Probst Law Offices, S.C promptly returns all messages. MasterCard, Visa and Discover credit card payments are accepted. See our other practice areas.