Issues involving paternity can be sensitive in nature, but also have a great impact on the futures of the parents and the children. The state of Wisconsin has a compelling interest in establishing paternity for all children. For unmarried persons, establishing paternity is the first order of business before having access to all other legal rights and benefits under the law. These other benefits can include obtaining child support, social security, health insurance, and inheritance rights.
How to go about establishing paternity can be daunting and any number of people can start such an action. For instance, an alleged father has the right to file such an action. Attorney Vitek brings years of experience in the paternity arena, dating back to 1987, representing both alleged fathers and mothers. Contact us to schedule a consultation about your matter.