Help, Guidance And Care For Parentage Issues
Parentage proceedings involve unwed parents. Often in parentage proceedings, parents are seeking to establish their right to child support, visitation or custody. When an unwed woman and man have a child, the mother starts out with custody of the minor. The father must initiate a parentage proceeding for legally establishing himself as the father of the child before he may obtain custody and visitation rights. A mother must establish parentage in order to establish a child support order. Oftentimes, DNA testing will be implemented in order to establish parentage.
At Lake • Toback • DiDomenico, we have helped many mothers and fathers in parentage cases. Our attorneys have the experience, skill and dedication to protect your rights. To speak with an experienced family law attorney at our firm, contact our law office in Chicago, Illinois.
Representation Of High-Wage Earners And Their Spouses
Our lawyers are known for their representation of sports figures, celebrities, business owners, professionals, other high net worth individuals, and their spouses. Visit our section on complex child support issues or custody and visitation to learn more about our representation of cases involving children.
Our Respected Team
Partner attorneys Steven R. Lake, Michael DiDomenico and Sean Hamann bring to each case several decades of combined experience in matrimonial law. They are recognized leaders in the field of family law.
Each of our attorneys has the knowledge and experience to provide the vigorous representation required in paternity cases. As a client of our firm, you can be certain that you will have a strong advocate on your side.
Contact Our Parentage Attorneys For Assistance
Lake • Toback • DiDomenico is located in the heart of Chicago’s Loop. Our office is five blocks west of Lake Shore Drive and ten blocks east of I-90/94, at the southeast corner of Washington and Dearborn streets. To contact our attorneys at Lake • Toback • DiDomenico, call 312-288-8985 or contact us by email.