Who’s Your Daddy?
If you don’t know whether you are the biological father of a child, it is important to know that you only have two years to figure it out. Yes, that’s right. Unless you request a DNA paternity test from the court within two years of the child’s birth, you may be deemed the father and there is no turning back from there. Not only is there a possibility that you may have to pay child support until the child is 18, chances are it could even go beyond that. A child may have rights to your social security inheritance rights among others.
If there is any question as to whether you believe you are the biological father of a child, this author recommends that you contact an attorney right away to discuss your rights and responsibilities. Moore law Group is well-versed in paternity actions and offers complimentary 30-minute consultations.
Should you or someone you know need assistance in a paternity action, please contact Moore Law Group at (951) 463-5594.
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