Establishing paternity is an essential component in obtaining rights for biological fathers. If the mother does not stipulate to paternity, this may require a court-ordered DNA test to establish proof that a man is the father of a child.

If you are a man seeking visitation or legal decision making/custody rights to your child, or if you are a woman trying to secure child support payments, it maybe essential to work through the legal paternity test process with the guidance of an experienced Arizona family law attorney.

Continue reading to learn more about rights and/or obligations according to current Arizona paternity laws.