Paternity is the process of establishing the legal parents of a child born out of wedlock. It often
involves DNA or other genetic testing to prove or disprove paternity. Paternity cases are often
brought by the State of Florida, Department of Revenue and shouldn’t be taken lightly. Important
issues are decided by the court and may involve child support (including retroactive support for up to
24 months), visitation and even the child’s name. Our office has been providing
representation in paternity cases - for both mothers and fathers - for twenty years. Important and
substantial rights are affected in paternity cases, rights that need an attorney to pursue and
protect. Don’t go it alone.