New York Paternity & Parental Rights
Family law matters that implicate the wellbeing of children are generally more complicated than other types of proceedings, both because there are more decisions to be made and because the risks are often higher. Cases in which parentage is uncertain or called into question are particularly delicate. Our attorneys understand that a paternity case can have a significant impact on your relationship with children and other family members, and we always provide our clients with the facts about New York paternity laws.
The legal issues surrounding paternity and parental rights in New York can be extremely intricate. An attorney from Miller Zeiderman Wiederkehr & Schwarz LLP can help you fully understand the situation and make informed decisions as to how you should proceed. With over 100 years of combined family law experienced, our legal team can help you work towards a desired resolution.
Attorneys for Child-Related Family Law Issues
Our approach to family law balances personalized, sincere counsel with reliable professionalism that delivers results. Although the courts always consider the child’s interests first, we are prepared to present our strongest case possible to help you defend your rights. The attorneys at Miller Zeiderman Wiederkehr & Schwarz LLP put forth sincere effort to ensure that the wellbeing of your child is protected, your parental rights are secure, and as little damage is done to your family relationships as possible.
Don’t Allow Your Future to Hang in Balance
If you are facing a family law matter relating to New York paternity, parental rights, or any other child-related issues, seek counsel immediately from the law offices of Miller Zeiderman Wiederkehr & Schwarz. Contact us for a consultation today and discover what we can do to protect your rights and future. Our attorneys service Greater New York City and the state of New York, including Westchester County, White Plains, Manhattan, Putnam County, Orange County, Rockland County, and the Lower Hudson Valley.