The wrong way is not having proper legal representation during a separation or custody battle. The right way to go about a paternity suit is calling the attorneys from Integrity Law, P.A. to help you every step of the way.
No matter who files the paternity suit, the father or mother, we’ll work with you to ensure you go about the process the right way. Even if a support case was already filed by the Florida Department of Revenue, we’ll help establish your legal rights to and for your children.
Without a court order establishing paternity and timesharing (i.e. visitation), a father has no rights to see his child, even if the parties have an informal agreement. In addition, just because the Florida Department of Revenue (“DOR”) places a parent (usually a Father) on child support does not mean that timesharing was established. In many cases, a party will be ordered to pay child support but won’t have visitation rights to his child.
If you have any questions about timesharing proceedings or are in need of a consultation, please contact us at (904)-224-2100.
The professionals at Integrity Law, P.A. help our clients get accurate results and answers fast. We’ll do our best to ensure you get the outcome you were hoping for. Call us today to set up a consultation.