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Saint Charles paternity attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains Illinois paternity law.
In this article, our Saint Charles paternity lawyers explain the various types of paternity cases that may be filed in Illinois, including:
Saint Charles paternity lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty explains the qualities to look for when hiring your attorney.
In this article, our Saint Charles paternity attorneys explain how to establish paternity by mutual consent of the parents at the time of the child's birth. When a child is born to non-married parents, Illinois hospitals are required to present the parents with forms to facilitate the establishment of paternity, including a verified petition to establish paternity and an agreed order to establish paternity by consent. We explain how to file these forms in order to establish paternity by agreement.
Saint Charles paternity attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains the allocation of parenting time and responsibility in Illinois paternity cases.
In this article, our Saint Charles paternity lawyers explain contested paternity lawsuits in Illinois, including the statute of limitations to file paternity suits, the notice that must be provided, the concept of a "presumed father," DNA testing, and other evidence that can be used to prove or disprove paternity in Kane County.