Delray Beach Family Law Attorneys 
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Delray Beach Paternity Attorneys

Working to Establish Paternity & Protect Parental Rights in South Florida

Florida refers to any case in which a Mother gave birth to a child at a time in which she was not married to the child’s Father as a “paternity” case. Florida law requires that paternity be legally established before any rights are given to the Father. Once paternity is established then the Father may have rights and responsibilities to the child such as timesharing and child support.

If you are looking to establish your parental rights, call our paternity lawyers in Delray Beach at (561) 600-5711. Beaulieu-Fawcett Law Group, P.A. is committed to offering skilled representation.

Legal Considerations in Paternity Matters

There are a number of legal issues that arise when a child is born to parents who are not married. Our attorneys have expertise and experience in representing mothers and fathers in this situation, and handling all legal issues that such actions entail.

For instance, prior to legitimation of a child born out of wedlock, the mother is entitled to custody of the child, and she exercises all parental power over the child. The father may seek custody and/or visitation of the child through a legitimation suit. In such case, the court can declare the child legitimate, specify the child’s name, and order the child and father capable of inheriting from each other.

The mother may obtain child support from the father through a paternity suit. Upon a finding or acknowledgment that the alleged father is the biological father of the child, the court may issue an order designating him as the father of the child, and imposing a child support obligation upon him.

Beaulieu-Fawcett Law Group Can Help

Schedule your free case assessment by calling our Delray Beach paternity attorneys at (561) 600-5711. We are here to guide you through these complex processes.

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Beaulieu-Fawcett Law Group
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  • Serving Your Children’s Best Interests
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  • Exclusively Practices Family Law
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