People file paternity lawsuits for various reasons. It may be that a child was born into marriage and the husband suspects that someone else is the biological father. Suit may be filed where a child is born out of wedlock and the biological father wishes to claim his rights, but the mother does not believe that he is the biological father. These cases are often complex and involve DNA testing. At the Law Offices of Nooney & Roberts, we help sort through these challenging cases and stand by your side to protect your rights.
To schedule a free consultation with one of our dedicated paternity lawyers, contact us at (904) 398-1992.
At the Law Offices of Nooney & Roberts, we have more than 28 years of combined experience. We are ready to put our experience to work for people throughout North Florida, including Jacksonville, St. Augustine, Orange Park, Callahan, and Palatka. We are ready to put our experience to work for you.
A paternity test can be the first step in determining a variety of other matters, including:
- Child Custody (residential custody, legal custody, primary custody)
- Visitation Rights
- Child Support
If you have a question about paternity, we encourage you to act quickly. There are time limits for when a paternity case can be filed. We have a discussion with you to learn about your concerns and the facts of your case. We will help you decide the strategy to use by providing you with all of the relevant facts and details involved in the process.
At our law firm, the term “legal counselor” has special meaning. We are here to work with you. It is important to us to keep you involved in important decisions about your case. When you choose us, we will get to know you. We will know your name, not just your case number.
Contact our paternity lawyers at (904) 398-1992 for a free initial consultation.