Our DuPage County paternity attorneys have the experience to put you in the best position to succeed in your parentage case. With above-and-beyond client service and budget-friendly rates, we will be your aggressive advocates. We know how important your paternity case is to you and are here to help.
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DuPage Paternity Attorneys
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Kevin O'Flaherty oversees all legal matters and is actively involved in making sure every client's case, big or small, is handled with excellence and attention to detail. He is available to contact through phone and email and his rates are available upon request.
In this article, our DuPage paternity lawyers explain how paternity laws work in Illinois. We discuss how to establish paternity by consent of both parents. Our DuPage County paternity attorneys also go into detail on the mechanics of contested paternity suits, we discuss the statute of limitations for paternity suits and notice requirements to initiate a paternity case. We also explain the concept of the “presumed father,” including when a person is presumed to be the father and how the existence of a “presumed father” impacts the burden of proof in paternity cases.
Our Dupage paternity attorneys explain the consequences of DNA tests, what happens if a purported father refuses a DNA test, and how DNA tests are treated as evidence by the court. Finally we discuss the award of attorney fees and court costs in paternity cases and how child support and child custody are handled in paternity suits.
In this article, our DuPage paternity lawyers explain everything you need to know about court-ordered parenting classes in DuPage county, including when parenting classes are required, exceptions to the requirement of parenting classes, and how to determine which parenting classes are court-approved. Finally, our DuPage paternity attorneys explain why parents involved in the allocation of parenting time and responsibility must take parenting classes.