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Helping Mothers And Fathers Establish Paternity

Generally, people know if they are the biological parent of a child. However, if a child is born out of wedlock, it may be necessary for the father to prove the parentage of a child. This allows him to gain access to parental responsibilities, commonly referred to as custody, visitation rights, child support and equal decision-making.

At Rubinstein & Holz, we represent clients facing a variety of family law issues. Our comprehensive family law services include counsel relating to paternity and fathers’ rights. We advise and assist both mothers and fathers with these matters, and we work to find workable solutions that are in your children’s best interests.

To talk to a skilled lawyer about your family law matter, call us in Fort Myers at 239-790-4314.

Understanding Florida’s Paternity Laws

A paternity test may be initiated by a mother seeking child support or a father looking to exercise his parental rights. Often, paternity DNA testing is done to determine a father’s parental rights. Once paternity is determined, fathers have the same rights and responsibilities as mothers regarding their children. If necessary, a father who establishes paternity can enforce those rights in court.

Our attorneys have a combined 75-plus years of experience. We have dedicated our careers to exclusively practicing family law. At Rubinstein & Holz, we have the knowledge and skill to assist with the most complex paternity or fathers’ rights issues in Florida.

Dedicated Family Law Attorneys Focused On Your Interests

Our lawyers understand that every situation is unique, which is why we invest the time to fully understanding your situation. We will provide your case with the focused, intelligent representation it deserves so that you can make informed decisions going forward.

To learn more or to schedule an initial consultation, we invite you to call us at 239-790-4314, or send our office an email message about your case.