Paternity & Father’s Rights
In some cases, the parties are not legally married when a child or children are born. In these instances, the father is established through DNA testing and paternity proceedings. Once paternity is established, the parents must decide together what role, if any, the father will have in the visitation, custody and support of his child.
Charles Branton is a Northshore Father’s Rights Attorney who has assisted both fathers and mothers in this area of the law for over 30 years.
Whether you are the father or mother seeking to establish paternity of a child, you can rely on Charles Branton to provide prompt, qualified, and aggressive legal help.
Contact Branton Law Firm at (985) 807-1410 to schedule your free, confidential consultation with Charles Branton.