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and Custody Rights
Paternity and Custody Rights
What are my rights?
When it comes to child custody and child custody issues, it is always important to think about the well being of your children.
At Young & Maslowski, LLP, we can walk you through the process of determining and obtaining proper parental rights that will represent the best interests of your children.
If you are a new client, please complete and print the following information sheet and bring it to your initial appointment.
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Child custody can be handled both inside and outside of the courtroom. The parties can enter into a
properly guided mediation process to see if a voluntary agreement can be reached regarding child custody
or visitation rights. If a mutually acceptable agreement cannot be reached, the judge will decide the ultimate or temporary rights. Legal custody can be jointly awarded to the parents, solely awarded to one parent, or awarded to a third-party.
Establishing paternity means legally determining the biological father of a child. The only way to determine paternity of a child is to take a DNA paternity test. In the State of Wisconsin, paternity tests using the DNA
of a father are conducted anytime there is a question as to who the biological father of a child may be. Establishing paternity and paternity rights can be extremely important for both the mother and father of
The advantages of establishing paternity include:
If there is a question regarding the paternity of a child, paternity testing should be done as early as possible in the divorce or custody process.