PATERNITY & LEGITIMATION

PATERNITY: UNWED MOTHERS

Most paternity suits are brought for the purposes of obtaining support from the father. Once paternity is established in Georgia (either by DNA testing, or by father signing the birth certificate, or by affidavit of acknowledgment), the father has a duty to pay child support. In addition, the father may assert his rights to visitation and custody of the child. If you are an unwed mother seeking a paternity suit against your child’s father, call us now for a free consultation so that we may evaluate your case!
 
LEGITIMATION: UNWED FATHERS

In Georgia, a father of a child born out of wedlock has little to no rights to his child unless or until he takes steps to legitimize that child. At The Mundwiller Law Firm, we will help you navigate the legitimation process, including establishment of child support, visitation, and/or custody. Let us share your burden. Call us now for a free consultation!