Milwaukee Paternity Lawyer
We serve family law clients in Milwaukee County and Waukesha County
Karp & Iancu, S.C. understands that a paternity test can establish fatherhood of your child and secure parental rights. For matters regarding visitation rights or child support, paternity tests are extremely important in determining responsibility.
If a paternity test confirms your fatherhood, you gain the following rights:
- The right to submit a parenting plan for your child
- The right to child custody
- The right to visit your child
- The right to challenge the adoption of your child
The process of determining paternity in Milwaukee
Whether you are a mother who needs to confirm the identity of your child’s father or you believe you are the biological father of a child, it is in your best interests to seek a reputable team of Milwaukee paternity lawyers as soon as possible.
Recognized in Super Lawyers Magazine through 2011 and Best Lawyers in America, the dedicated attorneys at Karp & Iancu, S.C. are ready to assist. First, you must submit a request to the court for a paternity test. After the court processes the request, they will order either a blood test or a cotton swab test to obtain and analyze DNA from the child and the suspected father.
An experienced team to stand by your side
Like all family law issues, paternity matters require an attorney who can provide you with personalized and trustworthy legal aid at all times. At Karp & Iancu, S.C., we have been serving families throughout Milwaukee County Waukesha County, and all of Wisconsin since 1982. Our dedication and compassion is surpassed only by our knowledge and experience.
Our Milwaukee paternity attorneys realize that a paternity test can greatly affect issues related to your divorce including visitation rights, child support and child custody. As a result, we are prepared to handle your paternity case with the sensitivity and discretion it deserves.
Committed paternity lawyers in Milwaukee
Karp & Iancu, S.C., represents clients in paternity cases to assert the rights of both children and parents. Our practice is focused in Milwaukee County and Waukesha County, but we stand ready to represent injury victims and family members throughout Wisconsin. Call us at 414-453-0800 or contact us online to schedule an initial consultation.