Fayetteville Paternity Attorney
Unmarried parents who are ending their relationships can often face some of the same legal issues as parents who are facing divorce. This can include matters involving child support and child custody. Sometimes, these issues can be resolved amicably between the parties. However, when the unmarried parents cannot find an agreement on child support and visitation rights, or if issues of paternal status are questioned, it is time to get a family law attorney involved.
Protecting The Rights Of Unmarried Parents In Arkansas
At Gramling Estes Law Firm, we help unmarried mothers and fathers navigate the complexities of paternity actions. In many cases, unmarried mothers come to our law firm because they need to secure child support for their children. We are able to advise on collecting past due child support as well as establishing the terms for future support.
In other cases, unmarried fathers seek our services because their children’s mother restricted access to their kids. In these instances, we help men establish paternity (if needed), and work to obtain a fair custody agreement or visitation schedule. We understand the importance of a father-child relationship and are dedicated to helping you maintain it.
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Our lawyers know that the best interest of your children is always your main priority. As your legal counsel, this becomes our goal too.
If you are a mother or father who has never been married and are facing issues in child support or child custody, contact our law firm for help. Our Fayetteville paternity lawyers are ready to listen to your story and advise on best options for moving forward.