Paternity & Father’s Rights Attorney
When unmarried parents have a child, the Family Court often refers to the case as a “paternity” action, as that is often the first thing that must be ascertained. Paternity must be established before the Court can go on to address other usual issues concerning custody, visitation, support, and other important matters concerning the child. Linda C. Hayes, Attorney, has represented hundreds of parents in connection with paternity cases, whether you are the mother or the father. Please schedule a consultation to learn what the rights and responsibilities of each parent is in these circumstances.