When a couple, either married or unmarried, wishes to establish who the father of a child is, it is often more complicated than it sounds. A father who chooses to come forward and admit to being the father is certainly the simplest way to establish paternity, but many times it takes some more legal legwork to come to a conclusive decision. Continue reading
Parental alienation usually occurs in high conflict dissolution of marriage or paternity cases. One or both parents purposely interfere with the relationship of the child and the other parent. The purpose of this interference is to make the child uncomfortable, or uneasy about visiting with the other parent.