Establish Paternity And Get The Answers You Need
Upon the birth of a child and the establishment of paternity in Nebraska, both parents are afforded parenting rights. When a DNA test is ordered to establish the paternity of a child, the man, mother and baby are all tested. When paternity has been positively identified, the man automatically assumes the rights and financial responsibilities of a parent; however, this may not necessarily result in custody.
Reisinger Booth & Associates offers legal services for individuals seeking to establish the parentage of a child. We also protect the rights of the parents and child in matters related to custody, parenting time and child support.
Why Is It Important To Establish Paternity?
Parents may file a paternity action to seek the following:
- Child support
- Child custody and parenting time
- Allocation of tax exemptions/tax credit
- Contributions for day care
- Uncovered medical expenses and health insurance
- Special needs and services
When the state of Nebraska (through the local county) assumes financial responsibility for a child’s medical costs, day care expenses and other social welfare payments to support the child, the government may pursue a recovery suit against the noncustodial parent. If you have received notification of a legal action by Nebraska or your county for the recovery of child support costs, our firm will help you protect your rights and financial interests.
Protect Your Rights And Reach A Resolution. Contact Us Today.
From offices in Omaha, our lawyers advise and represent clients in Omaha and the surrounding counties. Contact us online to arrange a free consultation with one of our experienced attorneys today,or call 402-983-8213.
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