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Save thousands in legal fees. If you are looking for a Phoenix paralegal for divorce, child support, custody, and more, AZ Statewide Paralegal has offices in Phoenix and Tucson, Arizona.  If you need to file in any county in Arizona, you can get started online or by phone.

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You will be assigned a legal document preparer who will walk you through the process every step of the way.  Your assigned legal document preparer is available in person, by phone and online so you will never be alone.  We do all of the work for you. All you have to do is sign and appear in court, if a court appearance is required.  Ask us how to avoid a court appearance; you may qualify.

Note: The above information is provided for your convenience. It is not intended to be legal advice of any kind. No attorney/client relationship is created by you reading this information. If you have legal questions, please contact an attorney.

When is a man presumed to be the father of the child?

Child Support LawyersFail to Pay Child Support, Lose Your Law License at Law Blog ... high quality child care education support services and advocacyUnderstanding the Commonly Used Terms of the Child Support System

According to the Arizona Revised Statutes, a man is presumed to be the father of a child if:

The mother and father were married at any time 10 months immediately preceding the birth of the child.

–OR–

The child was born within 10 months after the marriage ended due to either death, annulment, divorce or legal separation.

–OR–

Genetic tests affirm at least a 95% probability of paternity.

–OR–

A birth certificate is signed by both the mother and father if the child is born outside of marriage. Also referred to as “out of wedlock”.

–OR–

Both parents sign together or separately notarized signed statements, acknowledging paternity.

We can help you file all of the necessary documentation in order to establish paternity so you can start down the legal road to collect support for your children.

Note: The above information is provided for your convenience. It is not intended to be legal advice of any kind. No attorney/client relationship is created by you reading this information. If you have legal questions, please contact an attorney.