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The importance of establishing paternity for your child

Unmarried mothers and fathers are frequently at odds when it comes to child support, custody and visitation matters. When paternity has not been established, however, they become even more difficult to resolve. Texas courts require that paternity be established before a ruling is made on such issues.

What is meant by presumption of paternity?

In Texas, there are certain situations in which paternity is presumed without any genetic testing. In these cases, a presumed father might be the actual biological father of a child. However, a presumed father might also object, claiming not to be the actual biological father. It is helpful to understand under what conditions a presumption of paternity is made and how to rebut such a presumption if there is a disagreement with that presumption.

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