Clinton Township Paternity Attorney
What is paternity in Michigan?
Establishing paternity is a process in which it is determined that the biological father of a child born out of wedlock is the legal father, and with that comes all the legal rights and responsibilities associated being a parent.
How is paternity established in Michigan?
If the mother of a child is married when the baby is born, her husband is presumed to be the legal father, unless a court enters an order or judgment determining he is not.
If the mother has been divorced or widowed for less than ten months, her husband at the time of conception is presumed to be the legal father, unless a court order or judgment says otherwise.
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