Our experienced Rock Island County paternity attorneys are your aggressive advocates that will ensure you receive excellent representation and we use every tool at our disposal to give you a favorable resolution to your Rock Island County paternity case. Our Rock Island paternity lawyers have successfully resolved all types of paternity matters including contested paternity, voluntary acknowledgement, fraud, and matters where one parent is incarcerated. We're here to be your advocate and in your corner.
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In this video, Rock Island County paternity lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty gives an overview of Rock Island County paternity laws.
In this article, our Rock Island County paternity attorneys explain the types of paternity cases that can be filed in Rock Island County courts. There are three different primary types of paternity cases that can be filed and we discuss who can file a paternity suit, when can a contested paternity suit be filed and how the courts proceed with these matters and explain contested paternity suits as well as the statute of limitations regarding these types of cases.
In this video, Rock Island County paternity lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty explains voluntary acknowledgement of paternity.
Our Rock Island County paternity lawyers in this article explain the establishment of paternity by consent at birth and also how children born to patents who are unmarried, hospitals and midwives are required by the Illinois Vital Records Act to provide the parents with the forms that allow the parents to simply and easily establish paternity by mutual consent, assuming that both parents agree. These forms include:
Rock Island County paternity attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains the defense against paternity fraud in Rock Island County family law cases.
In this article, our Rock Island County paternity attorneys examine paternity fraud and causes of actions against paternity fraud in Rock Island Count. We also discuss what a presumed father is in paternity matters.
A "presumed father" is considered if any of the following are true: