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The importance of establishing parental rights

Establishing paternity holds a lot of importance for parents, as well as for kids in Arkansas and elsewhere throughout the United States. If a child's biological father is not known, the mother will not be able to give the father's name to her children and will not be able to ask for financial support. Paternity issues mainly occur when the father is not married to his child's mother.

Strategies for promoting better parenting in Arkansas

Parenting skills can make or break a child's future, so lawmakers in Arkansas have designed some strategies that promote better parenting and responsible fatherhood. These programs encourage divorcing parents or fathers to give proper care and child support to their children so that their education and future do not suffer. Here are some strategies by the state legislators that promote better parenting for the upbringing of their children.

Establishing paternity and unmarried fathers' rights in Arkansas

In the past many family law cases were settled in favor of the mother, even when the father was mentally, physically, emotionally and financially capable to care for his child. However, like other societal changes in America, fathers' rights have evolved over time and nowadays, many courts treat parents equally in family law matters that involve a child.

Actor's long-term fight for paternal rights continues

When family dynamics change radically and quickly, establishing who should be considered a legitimate father can be very complicated and contentious. And if it involves a well-known couple, it can become fodder for endless speculation and extensive media coverage. Little Rock, Arkansas family law attorneys will attest that paternity issues are approached in varied and different ways among states.

Man exercises paternal rights to gain legal custody of son

Many Little Rock, Arkansas, residents who have ended a relationship may eventually end up fighting over custody of any children from the relationship. Many men may undergo a paternity test to prove a biological connection to a child in order to gain custody of that child.

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