Representing Unmarried Alabama Parents In Child Custody And Support Cases
When a child is born to unmarried parents, parentage can sometimes be less clear than a child who is born to a married couple. If there’s a dispute over the parentage of a child whose parents are not married, a paternity action can provide a definitive answer. These can quickly become complex and contentious matters. Be sure that you have a skilled lawyer representing you from the start.
At The Rose Law Firm, LLC, in Birmingham, Alabama, we represent clients on all sides of paternity matters. No matter what your interest in the case may be, you can feel confident in our ability to provide the focused and timely representation necessary to secure an outcome that serves your interests and the interests of your child.
We have successfully represented clients in all types of these cases, including:
- A mother who wishes to identify the father for purposes of obtaining child support or ensuring that the right person receives parental rights
- A father who is being denied access to his children based on the mother’s claim that he is not the father
- A man who has been named as the father who denies any relation to the child or any responsibility for support
Taking The Necessary Steps To Prove Parentage
A DNA test provides irrefutable proof of a parent’s relation to a child. Our attorneys work to ensure that these tests are conducted by reputable labs and seek immediate retesting if there is any doubt as to the accuracy of the tests. Once a conclusive determination has been made regarding parentage, we will develop a plan that specifically addresses your concerns.
Seeking A Favorable Resolution To Your Case
Once the identity of the father is known, we can take the appropriate next steps on your behalf. We will pursue child support that fully provides for your child’s needs and a custody arrangement that provides the level of access necessary to accommodate a meaningful relationship between the child and both parents.
Contact Our Birmingham Office To Discuss Your Rights And Legal Options
We invite you to contact us to discuss your paternity questions with an attorney. You can schedule a free, in-person consultation by calling us locally at 205-208-7560 or contacting us via email. A representative of The Rose Law Firm is available 24/7 to help you schedule an appointment.