A Paternity Lawyer With A Deep Understanding Of The Law
Regardless of marital status, all parents have rights when it comes to their children. If you are an unmarried parent and have been denied access to your child, or cannot collect on the child support you need, it is time to consult with a family law attorney. By working with an experienced lawyer, you can find solutions to these important paternity issues.
Helping You Resolve Paternity Issues Involving Parenting Time And Child Support
At Smith Law Office, P.C., family law is all that we do. Attorney Smith has been helping clients obtain results for nearly 25 years and has a solid track record of securing favorable resolutions in complex paternity cases.
When unmarried parents come to us for help with paternity issues, they generally are facing one of two problems:
- An unmarried father has been denied fair access to his child: If your child’s mother will not grant you a reasonable amount of visitation time, our law firm can help you obtain the parenting time you deserve. If needed, attorney Smith can also help you petition for primary physical custody. We also help fathers who need to secure legal decision-making rights in regards to their children.
- An unmarried mother has not been able to collect on fair child support payments: If your child’s father will not contribute to the financial needs of your child, contact our law firm for help. We can bring a legal claim for child support to help you obtain the money that your child deserves to grow and prosper.
Regardless of the specific paternity issue that you face, our Arizona law firm is ready to help. We understand that your children are the most important people in the world, and you want to ensure their happiness and well-being. With our law firm on your side, we can help protect your parental rights as well as the welfare of your children.
Contact Our Maricopa County Child Visitation Lawyer
When you face a difficult family law matter, Smith Law Office, P.C., will provide strong legal advocacy and compassionate representation. Contact our Maricopa County paternity lawyer at 480-535-9818 to discuss your rights and options. We are ready to help.
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