A review of the Louisiana paternity case DCFS v. Lowrie by Frank P. Tranchina, Jr. of Tranchina & Mansfield, LLC.
A review of the paternity case J.P.R. v. L.M. that went through the Utah Court of Appeals on August 14, 2014.
A review of the parentage/visitation case In Re Parentage of J.W. that went through the Illinois Supreme Court in 2013.
By Christian Denmon: Paternity cases present a number of unique challenges for divorce professionals. It is imperative that you understand the laws and procedures associated with paternity cases, so that you may defend your client to the best of your ability.
By Laura Morgan: The Nevada Parentage Act did not preclude a child from having two legal mothers, and therefore purported surrogate who had child with her female partner through in vitro fertilization using partner’s egg and anonymous donor’s sperm was not precluded from being declared a legal mother of child.
By Laura Morgan: Mother was not equitably estopped from asserting four-year limitations defense to presumed biological father’s paternity suit based on mother’s allegedly deceptive conduct.
By Laura Morgan: In this particular paternity proceeding, the court held that a genetic marker test to establish paternity was not in the best interests of child, based on equitable estoppel against the mother.
Whether, and in what amount, child support may be ordered with respect to parents who never married, but who share legal and physical custody of their child, enjoy comparable standards of living, and have incomes that exceed the levels to which the Massachusetts Child Support Guidelines (guidelines) presumptively apply.
Review the Ohio case State ex rel. Doe v. Capper, and the issues concerning adoption, posterior paternity claim and genetic test.
Alleged biological father filed a complaint against mother to determine the paternity, child visitation and child support of child who was conceived while mother was married to another man and but born after mother and her husband divorced.