Paternity Lawyer in Long Beach, CA

Often times a mother will prevent a father from establishing a relationship with his child. Once the parent becomes aware that the child exists, he must demonstrate a full commitment to his parental responsibilities. A full commitment means seeking custody. In re Kelsey S. 1 Cal.4th 816 (1992) found that a mother cannot unilaterally prevent a natural father from becoming a presumed father and then allow the state to terminate his parental rights.

At The Law Offices of Kyle R. Puro, our family law attorney in Long Beach, CA focuses on the following practice areas:

For more information on the paternity case contact us at 562-653-4583 for a free consultation.