Paternity

Located in Houston and representing individuals throughout Harris County and the surrounding areas, the Delaney Law Firm provides quality representation in complex and important divorce and family law issues, including paternity issues.

Family law attorney Michael Delaney has experience spanning more than two decades. His client’s reap the benefit of that accumulated knowledge and experience. Moreover, he is one of the smartest lawyers in Texas, as evidenced by his membership to Mensa, an exclusive group consisting of the top 2% IQs in the country.

To discuss your paternity matter with an experienced Houston divorce lawyer and family law attorney, please call (713) 222-2767.

SKILLED AND EXPERIENCED HOUSTON PATERNITY LAWYER

We have extensive experience handling paternity suits. Some of the more common issues we see involving paternity (or establishing the parent-child relationship) involve child support and child custody (possession) issues.

In many cases, a paternity suit or paternity action is brought by the mother to establish the father-child relationship for purposes of establishing child support obligations.

Another common reason for filing a paternity suit or bringing a paternity action is for the father to establish a parent-child relationship for purposes of custody or visitation rights (possession and decision-making authority).

We proudly represent mothers and fathers on both sides of these issues.

For additional information and experienced advice regarding paternity issues, or to discuss your particular situation with an experienced Houston family law attorney and complex divorce lawyer, please schedule a free initial phone consultation by calling us at (713) 222-2767.

TAILORING SOLUTIONS TO COMPLEX FAMILY LAW ISSUES SINCE 1987.

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Houston Divorce Lawyer
Delaney Law Firm
917 Franklin St., Suite 320
Houston, Texas 77002

Phone: (713) 222-2767
Fax: (713) 224-2889
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