Paternity cases can be the most sensitive issue in family law.

As a mother, ensuring that the father of your child is established means both having the benefit of two parents in your child’s life and ensuring that parental responsibilities are upheld on the part of the father.
From the father’ s prospective, ensuring that you are established as your child’s legal father is imperative if you want to establish custody, visitation, and or time-sharing with your child, as many times it is your responsibility to ensure that your rights as a father are protected.

Additionally, there are often times where you are not the father and your choice of law firms may mean the difference between being legally established as the father of a child that is not yours and protecting yourself from such mistakes. At Green, James and Snider, we strive to protect the rights of both parents while at the same time maintaining the importance of the best interests of the child at heart.