Establishing fathers rights in Indianapolis, Indiana, has become an increasingly important issue as more and more children are born out of wedlock.
If you are unmarried and have a child, in order to enforce Indianapolis dads rights, you need to file for paternity establishing your rights within the first two years after a child’s birth.
However, there are exceptions that allow fathers rights to be established after the two-year period. For example, if the parents both agree to waive the two-year limit and file to establish paternity jointly, the two-year limit does not apply.
Also, if the father has been paying child support or if the father acknowledges in writing that he is the father, the two-year limit would not apply and dads rights can be established.
Get help with dads rights in Indianapolis, Indiana by arranging a meeting with a Cordell and Cordell mens divorce attorney. Please call 1.866.DADS.LAW.