Where a payor is the biological father of a child, he is required to support that child financially. Most fathers are pleased to provide support for their children but there are situations where the paternity of the child is in question.
Bruce Gilpin recommends that if a payor has serious doubts about the paternity of a child that he obtain the mothers agreement, or a court order directing the mother and the child provide DNA samples for testing to confirm the paternity of the child. Once the payor admits paternity of the child and begins making child support payments it will be very difficult for him to reverse the order.
Before making any changes to your family status or before signing any legal documents consult Bruce Gilpin to be fully advised of your legal rights and entitlements. No question is too small and all inquiries are welcomed. Tell a friend. He'll be standing by. Call today.