Establishing Paternity Protects Your Parenting Rights

Paternity can be an extremely important step in the life of a family. Identifying a biological father in court can help mothers secure needed child support. It can help fathers obtain parental rights and custody schedules with their children. Either parent may initiate the proceeding. Documents must be filed with the court to establish paternity and to determine custody. Here at The Law Offices of Saylin & Swisher, our paternity attorneys are more than happy to meet with you and help you establish paternity.

Paternity Attorneys That Stand Up For Fathers And Mothers In Paternity Disputes

We serve families seeking a paternity lawyer in Orange County, California. We have decades of family law experience helping both mothers and fathers establish paternity, and we will work as your attorneys to ensure that you as a parent will be able to take full advantage of the law to best care for your children.

Our foremost goal is to help you get through the paternity process efficiently and economically. We bring comprehensive knowledge, a hands-on approach and years of experience to your case to help you reach the best possible outcome for your unique circumstances.

Whether you are seeking child support, visitation rights or the authority to help make decisions regarding your child’s health and wellbeing now and in the future, we can help. We will compassionately guide you through the process of getting a DNA test to establish paternity if necessary, and then help you through the next steps. While our focus is on finding amicable solutions whenever possible, we will not hesitate to represent you in court if necessary to protect you and your child’s interests.

Contact Our Paternity Attorneys Today To Get Started

To schedule an initial consultation with us, please call (714) 971-1979 or email the firm. We look forward to meeting with you.

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