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Why might a man be asked to submit to DNA testing?

Posted On December 5, 2018 In Fathers' Rights

Presumptions govern many of the parental commitments that men take on. This is because while maternity can be proven when a child is born, it is not always as clear to determine what man was responsible for the child’s conception before birth.

It is possible to challenge a claim of paternity

Posted On October 18, 2018 In Fathers' Rights

Parenthood is an honor for many people who hope and plan for the days that they will be able to bring their own kids into the world. However, not all Arizona residents desire to be responsible for children, and therefore, they may choose not to have kids or to become parents through adoption.

Fathers can fight for custody of their children

Posted On September 27, 2018 In Fathers' Rights

There is a historical presumption that children, in custody situations, will always be placed in the primary care of their mothers. This may have to do with traditional parenting roles that mothers and fathers took on in the past, which often involved fathers working outside of their homes to earn money while mothers stayed home to take care of the couples’ children.

When is paternity with a specific man presumed in Arizona?

Posted On August 10, 2018 In Fathers' Rights

Simply because an Arizona mother claims that a certain man is the father of her child does not make it the truth. Determining paternity is an important factor in a child’s upbringing and care.