Saint Paul, MN, Paternity Lawyers

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Unmarried parents are required to financially support their children and are entitled to pursue custody rights so they can play a meaningful role in their children's lives.

Establishing Paternity Is Essential for Child Support and Custody

There can be complications, though, when the identity of the father is not known. A mother cannot seek child support and a man cannot obtain child custody until it is proven that he is the child's biological father. These can be highly emotional, complex cases. The assistance of an experienced Saint Paul paternity attorney can help ensure you and your children's best interests are protected. Contact the law firm of Askvig & Johnson, PLLP, to learn how we can help address your paternity concerns during an initial consultation in Saint Paul.

Representing Unmarried Parents in Custody and Support Matters

At the law firm of Askvig & Johnson, PLLP, we represent clients on both sides of paternity cases. Whether you are a mother seeking to establish paternity for the purpose of collecting child support or a father wishing to claim parental rights, we are ready to help you.

In the majority of paternity cases, DNA testing will provide a decisive answer as to a man's relation to a child. We can help you seek the appropriate tests and work to ensure that they are properly administered by a qualified facility. Once paternity has been established, we will take the appropriate action on your behalf, depending on your interest in the matter. In every family law case, it is our commitment to seek the best possible outcome for our clients.

Discuss Your Case With a Ramsey County, Minnesota, Parental Rights Attorney

Nothing is more important than your children's future. Establishing paternity could have long-lasting implications for you and your child. Make sure you have an experienced lawyer in your corner focused on protecting your child's best interests. Contact our Ramsey County paternity lawyers today for an initial consultation in Saint Paul, Minnesota.