Paternity Representation for Unwed Parents
Custody and visitation issues between unwed parents are likely one of the most difficult areas of law where many lawyers dear not to venture. The reason for such difficulty is that parents of parentage cases generally do not have a long relationships where the parents were able to develop trust for each other.
With the absence of trust, it's difficult for a parent to trust the other with the care of a young child. The absence of trust should not be confused with distrust. The absence of trust simply means trust is lacking where distrust results from behavior that proves to the other parent that you cannot be trusted. The difference is slight, but very real and greatly impacts paternity cases.
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