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Reno Paternity Lawyer

Nevada Father's Rights

For many family law issues, such as child support and child custody, it is necessary to establish paternity before establishing legal orders. If you are seeking legal representation for a paternity-related matter in Nevada, Kelli Anne Viloria, is here for you. We provide skilled representation to mothers and fathers throughout the Reno area and across surrounding areas.

Contact our law firm online or by telephone at (775) 476-5642 to speak with a knowledgeable Reno paternity attorney.

Establishing Paternity In Nevada

Establishing paternity can be the first step in obtaining child support payments. It can also help the child obtain important insurance benefits, veterans benefits, and inheritance rights. The knowledge gained from a paternity suit may also be necessary to learn about possible health risks and genetic traits.

In Nevada, paternity can be obtained by mutual consent by both mother and father, or by court order. Genetic testing may be necessary if the alleged father denies paternity or when there is uncertainty as to which man is the father. Whatever your circumstances, we can help you understand your rights and guide you through the legal process.

Contact Kelli Anne Viloria To Protect Your Parental Rights

Do you need legal guidance for a paternity issue in Nevada? We protect mother's rights and father's rights. Our Reno paternity lawyer represents both married and unmarried parents. We serve clients in Sparks, Carson City, Incline Village, North Valleys, Sun Valley, Fallon, Fernley, Washoe County, Carson City County, Douglas County and across northern Nevada.

Contact our law office at (775) 476-5642 to arrange a consultation.

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