The Law Office of Daniel R. Mintz

Illinois Paternity Lawyer

In order to establish visitation rights between a child and someone who claims to be their father, a DNA test may be required to verify paternity. Once paternity is established, the state of Illinois recognizes certain rights fathers have in regard to their children – even if the custodial parent objects to any contact between the father and child. Illinois paternity lawyer Daniel R. Mintz has represented numerous clients in paternity cases, initiating court-ordered DNA testing and hearings necessary to establish both paternity and visitation. Mr. Mintz can ease the burden and confusion associated with required paperwork while ensuring your case is resolved in a timely and effective manner.

To schedule a free consultation and discuss what you need to do in order to establish paternity and visitation rights, contact Illinois paternity lawyer Daniel R. Mintz today. Located in Aurora, Illinois, family law attorney Daniel R. Mintz represents clients in Elgin, Naperville, Joliet, Wheaton, Geneva, Oswego, Montgomery, West Chicago, Batavia, and surrounding areas.

When the Child’s Mother Won’t Cooperate

Regardless of whether you have a criminal record, haven’t seen your child since he or she was born, or are only learning now for the first time that you might be a father, the child’s mother cannot prevent you from establishing paternity. As your paternity attorney, Mr. Mintz will file all necessary papers to initiate a court mandated DNA test and follow through for you regarding the results.

Visitation: Your Child, Your Right

Once you have established paternity, you have a legal right to initiate visitation. Should the child’s mother refuse to cooperate or try to prevent you from asserting your visitation rights, Daniel R. Mintz will prepare your case and go to court to ensure your visitation rights are respected. As a family law attorney, Mr. Mintz has extensive experience in negotiating visitation terms and schedules and will initiate all necessary legal processes to ensure your visitation is legally recognized and arranged.

Contact Paternity Lawyer Daniel R. Mintz Today

Regardless of your situation, Mr. Mintz has the legal resources and knowledge required to resolve your issue in a timely and cost-effective manner. To discuss your paternity case, contact Illinois paternity lawyer Daniel R. Mintz today and schedule your free consultation.

Located in Aurora, Illinois, the law office of Daniel R. Mintz represents clients in Elgin, Naperville, Sycamore, Yorkville, Montgomery, Joliet, Geneva, Wheaton, Batavia, West Chicago, and Bolingbrook, as well as in Kane County, DuPage County, Kendall County, DeKalb County, and Will County.

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