Paternity and Unmarried Parents

Georgia Family Law Attorney

Unmarried Parents & Paternity Disputes in Georgia

You may be an unmarried parent in Cobb County or elsewhere in Fulton, Cherokee, Paulding, Bartow, Dekalb, and Gwinnett counties who wants to prevent your former partner and children from moving out-of-state. If you face a case related to parental relocation in Georgia Mark F. Milhollin, P.C. can help. We can advise you on how to legally protest your child’s other parent from moving. These cases become particularly complex when questions of paternity are involved. When parents are unmarried or the father of the child is in question the rights and responsibilities of each party may become tangled in legal complexity.

Contact attorney Mark F. Milhollin for the legal guidance your need for you and your family.

If a child's parents were not married when their child was conceived or born the father may have no child custody parenting time or visitation rights. Paternity must be legally established. This can be a challenge for many reasons: there may be an emotional chasm between the former partners; there are pages and pages of legal paperwork that can be complicated; in unmarried cases and instances where paternity is questioned conflicts often arise that involve child support, custody and parenting plans, and other Georgia family law challenges.

Call a skilled Georgia family law attorney

You may be a Georgia dad who wants to visit his children but you are barred by questions of paternity. You may be a mother trying to get child support from the children’s father but he claims that they are not his. For knowledgeable and sophisticated legal guidance contact paternity lawyer Mark F. Milhollin to help you through the paternity test process and through any dispute involving unmarried parents.

Call (770) 999-6700 for a law firm that will:

  • Rigorously defend the rights of children involved in your case
  • Offer comprehensive knowledge based on two decades of experience in Georgia family law
  • Foster negotiations that are cordial and professional between disputing parties
  • Assure affordable legal fees and payment options that are suitable for any income level

Let Mark F. Milhollin, P.C. assist you through the Georgia paternity test process

Either party involved in the dispute can request a paternity test in Georgia. Once you have established paternity child visitation child support and the ability to make decisions about a child’s future will become legally possible. Issue of inheritance citizenship and other long-term and significant developments in a child’s life will become possible once paternity is established.

Contact us at our Marietta location focused on family law for the skill and experience you need on your side.