Scott Hamblin, Jefferson City Paternity Lawyer
When the father of a child is unknown or uncertain, a DNA test can establish paternity. Once paternity is established, the father may have parental rights to child custody and visitation, and the mother may be able to enforce the father’s obligation of paying child support.
Scott A. Hamblin is a Jefferson City paternity lawyer representing mothers and fathers throughout Mid-Missouri. Whether you are seeking to establish paternity of a child or have a related child custody or child support matter, attorney Hamblin can assist you. Contact his law office or call 573-821-4013 to schedule your free initial consultation.
A Paternity Lawyer to Answer Questions About DNA Testing
The DNA test is painless and produces accurate results. If you need to take a DNA test, your cheek will be swabbed, and the child’s cheek will be swabbed.
Once the paternity has been established, attorney Hamblin can assist with child custody, visitation rights and child support. The father can have rights to child custody or visitation time. The father may also become responsible for making child support payments.
Advocating for your rights as a parent and for the best interests of the children, attorney Hamblin can guide you through the initial determination of custody and support. Additionally, he handles modifications that can arise in the months and years following a court order.
With nearly two decades of experience as a trial lawyer, he possesses a willingness to go to trial — even if your case does not require doing so.
As a client, you will feel that your parental rights and the best interests of your child or children are being protected. Whether you are bringing a paternity lawsuit or defending against an action, paternity attorney Scott Hamblin can successfully guide you through the legal process.
Contact a Jefferson City Child Support Attorney for More Information About a DNA Test and Paternity
Contact Scott Hamblin’s office at 573-821-4013 to speak with a knowledgeable attorney regarding your paternity questions.