Every parent has certain rights and responsibilities concerning their children. These still hold true even if the child was born to unmarried parents. There can be complications, however, when the identity of the biological father is unknown and issues such as parental rights or child support responsibility need to be resolved.

Regardless of whether you are a mother trying to establish paternity in order to collect child support, a father trying to establish paternity to obtain parental rights, or an alleged father denying relation to the child in order to avoid child support; you are going to need an experienced family law attorney to properly advocate for your position. To discuss your situation in a free consultation, Contact Michelle A. Barry, P.A., today.

The Advocate You Need

The law firm of Michelle A. Barry, P.A., based in Longwood, Florida, has been helping clients throughout Central Florida resolve all types of paternity actions since the day we opened our doors. In the majority of cases, a DNA test can determine the identity of the father once and for all. We can represent you in these matters and work to ensure that the right tests were ordered and that they were administered properly.

Attorney Michelle A. Barry will handle every aspect of your case personally. Her experience in these matters allows her to be much more proactive in the process of building a strong case on your behalf. She will be there with you at every step in the process and pursue every legal avenue available in search of a positive outcome in your case.

Set Up Your Free Initial Consultation Now

Contact our office today to discuss your paternity matter with Attorney Michelle A. Barry. We are available during regular business hours and by appointment. We accept all major credit cards for your convenience.

A free 15-minute initial telephone consultation is available to discuss your case. Email documents to us prior to a call for the most beneficial use of your time. In-person consultations are available at a reduced rate that will be put toward a retainer.