Fathers’ Rights Attorney in Denver
Fathers wishing to establish paternity in order to obtain their rights as a parent should talk to a Denver family attorney from Jones Law Firm, PC. The process of establishing paternity allows for the opportunity to build a future case for child support, visitation, and custody rights. We understand the importance of effective legal guidance in order to establish and protect your paternity rights.
Your lawyer with Jones Law Firm, PC may be able to help you establish provisions that will secure your rights as a father. This could provide legal strategies to set up child support, visitation rights, and parental responsibilities, when in the interest and well-being of the child. We understand how important fatherhood is in a man’s life. We want to help you protect your rights and your central place in the life of your child.
Protecting Your Child’s Future
For mothers seeking to establish paternity, Jones Law Firm, PC can assist you with taking the appropriate steps to secure legal paternity recognition, as well as helping to ensure that the rights and benefits for you and your child have the proper legal support. To establish paternity, Colorado law will consider certain types of evidence. DNA testing is considered one of the more definitive and accurate forms of evidence. To ensure the validity, courts will only consider DNA testing results from state-approved laboratories.
Contact Jones Law Firm, PC for your first consultation today!
Looking for an attorney for a paternity case in Denver? At Jones Law Firm, PC, we understand that resolving paternity questions can be an emotionally draining and uncertain process. We are dedicated to the fair and accurate representation of both parents. Your and your child’s concerns and needs are our priority as we move forward: from establishing paternity to negotiating child support to helping both parents reach an agreement regarding parent visitation and child custody matters that are in the best interest of the child.
Contact Jones Law Firm, PC to schedule an initial consultation where we can discuss your rights and options.
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