How does a Texas father legally establish paternity when the mother of their child refuses to allow him to sign the birth certificate and tells him that he will never have any type of communication or relationship with his child? Read more on the blog of Dallas family law attorneys, Mark Nacol and Julian Nacol, of the Nacol Law Firm P.C.
This new Texas paternity law, effective immediately, aims to further protect a mistaken father from certain child support payment obligations. This new law also amends the current law, SB785: Mistaken Paternity. Read more on the blog of Dallas paternity attorney Mark Nacol