February 24, 2020
Written on behalf of Daniel H. Chambers Attorney at Law, P .C.
If you’re married and your wife has your child, you are automatically the legal father. But if you’re not married, things can get tricky, especially if the mother doesn’t put your name on the birth certificate.
If you’re a father seeking rights, it’s important that you establish your paternity. Establishing paternity can help you obtain the following benefits.
This blog post should not be taken as legal advice. A paternity action will establish your legal right to a child, but it does not guarantee that you will obtain any custodial and/or visitation rights. It is highly recommended that you have legal representation, especially when the Department of Human Resources (DHR) is involved.
Daniel H. Chambers is a respected attorney in the Alabama legal community who is prepared to fight for you in the courtroom. He prepares every case as if it will head to trial because he wants to be ready to make the best possible arguments on your behalf at the negotiating table and in court.
We have used Daniel Chambers for legal services on several occasions since 2007 with excellent results. He has assisted our family in each matter with a professional yet tenacious manner. He has always been upfront about possible outcomes and honest about how to appropriately deal with challenging situations. I have recommended him several times over and will continue to do so. He has been an incredible asset to have on our legal team and we have always been satisfied with the results.
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