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Cook County paternity lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty explains Illinois paternity law.
In this article, our Cook County paternity attorneys explain how to establish paternity by consent at birth. Illinois statutes provide that when unmarried parents have a child together at Illinois hospitals, the hospital is required to present the parents with forms that make it easy to establish paternity by mutual agreement. The parents can deliver their petition to declare paternity to the clerk of the Cook County Circuit Court to established paternity.
Cook County paternity lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty explains Illinois law regarding the allocation of parenting time and responsibility.
In this article, our Cook County paternity lawyers explain paternity litigation to establish the existence of a father-child relationship. We explain who can file a suit to discover a father child relationship, when the paternity litigation can be filed, and the types of evidence that are typically presented to establish paternity.
Cook County paternity attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains recent changes to Illinois child support laws.
In this article, our Cook County paternity lawyers explain who is a "presumed father" in Cook County paternity litigation, and what ramifications the existence of a presumed father has on the suit. A person may be a presumed father based on marriage or civil union within certain time periods surrounding hte birth of the child. A presumed father is entitled to certain notices and other rights in paternity suits, and the existence of a presumed father changes the standard of proof in paternity litigation.