When men and women have a dispute over paternity, Mara & Mara, Attorneys at Law understands their special circumstances and their rights and responsibilities under the law. Our Daytona Beach paternity lawyers regularly represent unmarried parents whose disputes over child support and child custody hinge on the question of paternity. We represent mothers who seek financial support and fathers who want visitation or custody or who deny paternity. If fatherhood is in dispute, a court can order genetic testing to prove paternity.
Paternity in Florida can be established in one of five ways:
A Daytona Beach family law attorney with our firm guides you through the process of establishing or denying paternity, while sheltering the child from harmful fallout from the dispute.
Contact Mara & Mara, Attorneys at Law for a Volusia County paternity lawyer who wants what is best for you and your children. We are here to help. From our welcoming office in Ormond Beach, we serve clients in Daytona Beach, Volusia County and Flagler County.