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Upland Paternity Lawyer

Upland Paternity Lawyer

Upland Paternity Attorney

Upland Paternity Lawyer
Upland Paternity Lawyer

Welcome to All American Law, the premier full-service law firm providing Californians who are undergoing divorce and child custody situations in Upland, California, and beyond with access to knowledgeable family law attorneys. Our Upland paternity attorneys have an intimate understanding of the complexities and emotional challenges that can arise in paternity cases, and our highly qualified divorce, child custody, and family law teams are here to provide you with comprehensive legal support and guidance throughout each step of this trying process.

Establishing paternity is crucial in various legal matters, particularly in:

  • Child custody decisions
  • Visitation schedules
  • Child support orders
  • Inheritances

Our dedicated Upland family lawyers have a comprehensive knowledge of all state and federal laws and regulations surrounding paternity issues in California, and we are committed to advocating for both you and your child(ren), asserting your rights, and protecting your interests throughout the duration of the paternity case.

At All American Law, we know that every family is different, and that’s why we believe that every client deserves personalized attention and a totally customized legal strategy. We are committed to providing representation that is compassionate, professional, and personalized, ensuring that your unique circumstances are considered so that we can build the most effective legal strategy possible. Our team of skilled attorneys and support staff has a record of success handling California paternity cases, and we are ready to put our knowledge to work for you.

Trust All American Law for Your Paternity Case

  • Experience: Our attorneys have a winning record in family law cases and can provide you with accurate and reliable advice throughout the process of establishing paternity in California.
  • Client-Centered Approach: We know that paternity cases can be emotionally charged and extremely sensitive. Our team is dedicated to professionalism and creating a supportive, empathetic environment where you can feel comfortable discussing your concerns and working collaboratively with your attorney. Together, we can develop a legal strategy tailored to your unique situation and achieve the most optimal results for you and your family.
  • Negotiation: We aren’t afraid to fight for your rights in the courtroom, but we also recognize the value of negotiation in resolving parenting disputes. Our attorneys are adept at finding creative, collaborative solutions to achieve a positive outcome for you and your child.
  • Comprehensive Support: At All American Law, we provide comprehensive legal support throughout your paternity case and all related hearings, meetings, and appointments. From gathering evidence and conducting thorough investigations to representing you in court, we can guide you through each stage of the legal process, ensuring that your rights are protected and that all paternity testing is done accurately, fairly, and using all available methods.
  • Commitment to Results: Our priority is achieving favorable outcomes for our clients and their families. We can explore every available legal avenue to secure the most positive resolution for your paternity case or other family law issue. Our record of success speaks to our dedication and experience in this complex and sensitive area of law.
  • Consultations: We understand that taking the first step in a paternity case can be daunting. To help you make an informed decision, we offer an initial consultation, where you can discuss your situation with a member of our family law team. This consultation allows us to assess your case, answer your initial questions, and provide you with a clear understanding of your legal options and how we can help you.

Here are just a few common (but often extremely complicated) paternity issues we’re equipped to help guide you through at All American Law:

  • Establishing paternity through DNA testing or other legally actionable methods
  • Child custody and visitation disputes
  • Seeking child support or a modification to existing support orders
  • Navigating the inherent complexities of interstate and international paternity cases
  • Powerful advocacy for your rights and the interests of your child in court proceedings
  • Collaborative mediation services for amicable resolution of paternity disputes
  • Complex paternity cases involving high-net-worth individuals or complex family dynamics
  • When you need a resource with a deep knowledge of California family law statutes and court procedures

In addition to totally personalized legal strategies to see you through your paternity matter, our clients also gain access to a network of trusted professionals, including forensic accountants and child psychologists, when expert witnesses are needed, thanks to our great working relationships with top professionals in these areas. At All American Law, we can provide you with the highest level of service in paternity cases.

FAQs About Upland, CA Family Paternity Cases Law

How Long Does a Father Have to Establish Paternity in California?

Under California law, there is no specific time limit for establishing a legal father. Generally, if there is some issue establishing legal paternity for your child, it is highly advisable to take action as soon as possible to protect your rights and ensure the well-being of your child. Establishing paternity can be done at any time afterward and may be crucial to supporting your newborn child through legally mandated child support payments.

How Much Does It Cost to File for Paternity in California?

The total cost of a paternity case in California can vary depending on several factors, including:

  • The complexity of the case
  • Your specific situation
  • The costs of any lab testing pursuant to the case
  • Your attorney’s fee structure

As for the court filing fees alone, it currently costs $435 to file a petition to establish parentage in California. Consult with an attorney to get a more accurate estimate of the potential costs involved in your specific paternity case.

What Is the Statute of Limitations on Paternity in California?

In California, there is generally no statute of limitations on establishing paternity. However, if the child has been adopted by someone else, there may be certain limitations placed on challenging the paternity. Consult with a knowledgeable attorney to review your specific circumstances and ask about any applicable time limitations in your case.

How Do I Establish Legal Paternity in California?

There are a few methods of establishing paternity that are valid under the law. Two of the most common are:

  • Voluntary Declaration of Paternity: When neither parent contests a child’s paternity, they can simply sign the appropriate paperwork to take legal responsibility for their child. This can typically be completed at the hospital at the time of birth.
  • DNA Testing and Court Order: When there is a dispute or uncertainty about paternity, conducting genetic testing is often the go-to method to determine parentage with an extremely high degree of accuracy to either confirm or exclude potential biological fathers. This typically involves a simple and completely painless DNA test, where a tissue sample is sent away to a court-approved third-party lab for analysis. The court can then issue an order establishing legal paternity based on the findings of the test.

All American Law: Powerful Legal Help for Your Paternity Case

Take the first step towards securing your rights and protecting the interests of your child today. Contact All American Law to schedule your no-pressure consultation with one of our skilled Upland paternity lawyers. We are ready to provide you with compassionate support, knowledgeable guidance, and personalized legal strategies that are fit to meet even the most complicated paternity cases.

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