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February 2018 Archives

Why Unwed Parents Must Establish Paternity

Many people only view paternity tests as necessary when seeking to prove that an intimate partner is not your child's biological parent. Paternity testing carries a connotation of infidelity, which is perhaps why many unmarried, cohabitating parents do not feel compelled to legally establish paternity (or bring it up with their partner). However, while neither partner may have doubts as to their child's biological parentage, the law does not provide any assumption of paternity for unwed fathers.

The Role of an Attorney in Mediation

Divorce is often a difficult time for parties to endure, regardless of how mutual or amicable in the decision to divorce. Luckily, many are able to reach a resolution regarding certain key elements, such as property division and child custody, through far less contentious and inherently adversarial methods than litigation. The mediation process allows spouses to dissolve their marriage in a much more cost-effective manner that takes less time and generally provides more favorable terms for both parties. Additionally, if children are involved, this approach also allows parties the opportunity to effectively co-parent their children as they move forward.

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