In parentage cases, also called “paternity cases,” the court establishes, legally, who a child’s parents are. These cases often arise when the parents are unmarried. Often times, paternity cases progress similarly to that of a traditional divorce, where issues of child support, visitation/parenting time, etc. are litigated.

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