Custody rights for the unwed father. Step 2: The Parenting Plan.

by Laura M. Wright on Oct. 24, 2021

Divorce & Family Law Child Custody Divorce & Family Law  Family Law Divorce & Family Law 

Summary: Custody rights for the unwed father. Step 2: The Parenting Plan. Florida pre-approved forms for establishing paternity and a parenting plan. #parentingtime #fathersrights #custody #parentingplan #familylaw #familyattorney #paternity

Custody Rights for the Unwed Father – Parenting Plan

Once Paternity has been established as a matter of law, you will need to start thinking about the Parenting Plan. – Part 2 of 3.

If you have not established Paternity, you should contact a family lawyer to help you. In the meantime, check out part 1 of this process on my blog, Custody Rights for the Unwed Father – Establishing Paternity.

I first want to warn you that an attorney at this stage of your custody battle is invaluable. 

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