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Bolingbrook paternity attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains how to establish paternity by consent.
In this article, our Bolingbrook paternity lawyers explain how to establish paternity by consent at the birth of the child. If a child is born to unmarried parents in an Illinois hospital, the hospital is required to provide certain forms to allow the parents to establish paternity by agreement. These forms, which should be executed and filed with the appropriate court, include a verified petition to declare paternity and an agreed order establishing paternity and reserving issues of child support.
Bolingbrook paternity lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty explains how to select your paternity attorney.
In this article, our Bolingbrook paternity lawyers explain the concept of a "presumed father" in Illinois paternity cases. The existence of a presumed father has ramifications for the burden of proof in a contested paternity case as well as notice and consent requirements. A person is a presumed father if he is or was married to or in a civil union with the mother within certain time periods relative to the child's birth.
Bolingbrook paternity lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty explains recent changes to Illinois child support laws.
In this article, our Bolingbrook paternity attorneys explain how to prove paternity in a contested paternity case. The court or any party to the paternity case may request DNA testing. The court will appoint an expert to perform the test, but each party may hire his or her own indpendent experts. We explain the ramifications of the test results, and how such results are weighed in evidence by the paternity court.