Tucson Parental Rights Lawyer
There are all sorts of legal issues surrounding parental rights these days, but the typical situations we see are (1) unwed father's trying to establish paternity of their children so that they can play a role in parenting, and (2) unwed mother's trying to establish paternity in order to get help with child support.
If a child is born out of wedlock, which of course is extremely common in the modern world, the child's father is not automatically recognized by law. There are steps that must be taken to establish paternity before a father has a legal right to parent his child or a mother can ask a court to order child support.
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