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Category: Paternity

Utah Paternity Lawyer

Utah Paternity Lawyer When a child is born to unmarried parents, there are several steps and methods by which paternity can be established. If two unmarried people have a child out of wedlock, the biological or “putative” father must file with the state a Voluntary Declaration of Paternity, which affords him rights under the law. If the biological father does not register with the state (and strictly comply with specific requirements) within 10 days from the date where he learned or should have learned of his child’s impending adoption, he cannot object to an adoption. In terms of his paternity…

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Provo Paternity Lawyer

Provo Paternity Lawyer When a child is born to unmarried parents, there are several steps and methods by which paternity can be established. If two unmarried people have a child out of wedlock, the biological or “putative” father must file with the state a Voluntary Declaration of Paternity, which affords him rights under the law. If the biological father does not register with the state (and strictly comply with specific requirements) within 10 days from the date where he learned or should have learned of his child’s impending adoption, he cannot object to an adoption. In terms of his paternity…

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*Child Welfare Law Specialist Nat’l Assoc. of Counsel for Children