3 Reasons Fathers Need to Establish Paternity Today

Fathers have rights in Tennessee. Every unmarried father should establish paternity of his child. If you are not married when your child is born, your child does not automatically have a legal father and you—even as the biological father--do not have any rights to your child.  If parents are unmarried when their child [...]

3 Reasons Fathers Need to Establish Paternity Today2017-01-16T22:36:20+00:00

What is a Voluntary Acknowledgment of Paternity?

  If parents are married, the husband is presumed to be the father of children born during the marriage.  However, if parents are not married, then the child has no legal father.  This is true even if the parents are living together.  Paternity (fatherhood) for non-married parents must be legally established. In Tennessee, a voluntary [...]

What is a Voluntary Acknowledgment of Paternity?2019-01-08T04:55:25+00:00
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