Long Island Paternity Lawyer
Child Custody Attorney in Long Island, New York
Due to technology advancements, resolving paternity issues is often accomplished easily through the use of DNA testing – which is virtually foolproof. However, the legal matter of filing a Paternity Petition and working through the legal system (including a hearing or possibly multiple hearings before a magistrate) can be complicated and confusing. Having an attorney on your side to assert your rights and establish your position in these hearing is essential in order to ensure that the process goes smoothly and efficiently and to help assure that you reach the outcome you are hoping to reach.
If you are looking to establish paternity or to prove that you or another person is not the father of your child, our Long Island family law attorneys can help. With over 30 years of legal experience and a legal practice dedicated exclusively to family law with a strong emphasis on fathers’ rights, our staff are highly experienced in helping fathers file a Paternity Petition in order to establish paternity. Our attorneys is also experienced with helping fathers understand both their rights and their obligations once paternity is established.
There are a number of other legal issues which may arise once paternity is established, and these may include: child custody,
modification of child support,
modification of child custody,
modification of visitation, and more. A family lawyer from our firm can help you with all of these issues in order to help you fully grasp all matters involved with your paternity case.
Paternity Attorney Serving Long Island
At Friedman & Friedman, Attorneys at Law, we take on paternity cases throughout all of Long Island, New York. No matter the specific issues you are facing, you will benefit from discussing your case with an experienced attorney who actually cares about the outcome of your matter and who will fight to protect your rights every step of the way.
Contact a Long Island paternity attorney at Friedman & Friedman, Attorneys at Law today to discuss paternity as it relates to custody, visitation and your rights as a father.