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The Importance of Establishing Paternity

Biological paternity is an important factor when determining the rights and responsibilities of your child's father under Georgia family law. If your child is born during your marriage and you later decide to seek a marriage annulment, paternity can play a part in the determination of child custody, child visitation rights, and payment of child support. However, if your child was born outside of a marriage, his father will still retain child support responsibilities, but no rights to child custody or visitation. Thus, it is important to establish paternity when determining child custody and support matters, regardless of whether you wish to remain a single parent or are seeking marriage annulment in Cumming. Your family attorney can help you with the determination of the father's rights and the development of a child support or visitation plan that meets your needs and preferences during the divorce process to ensure your child is given the positive environment and financial stability he needs.

Don't Make These Mistakes During Your Divorce

Making a mistake during your divorce can be costly for years to come. Because even an uncontested divorce in Cumming that is cordial and smooth can inadvertently lead to expensive errors, it is essential to let an experienced family law attorney represent your interests. Your attorney can help you avoid these common mistakes couples make during the divorce process.

Reasons You May Need a Protective Order

A protective order is a legal document that instructs an individual that he or she must stay away from you. A protective order is designed to help protect you from acts of violence, stalking, and similar behaviors by discouraging the individual from being near you. If that individual does violate the protective order, you can show the protective order to a police officer and have the individual arrested. Violation of a protective order is a felony which carries significant criminal penalties. If you fear for your own safety or the safety of a family member, visit law firms near Cumming to get personalized legal advice from family lawyers.

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