Paternity cases involve the resolution of parentage and the rights and obligations of parents related to children whose parents are not married. Like most family law matters, paternity can be complex and have far-reaching financial and emotional impacts for parents and children.  There are a number of matters that need to be considered from establishing paternity to financial support arrangements for the children to time-sharing agreements.  The family law team at Porter McGuire Kiakona & Chow, LLP are here to guide you through the necessary steps to help you get the best possible outcome for your child.  

  • Determining Parentage

  • Child Custody

  • Child Support

  • Non-child Support Financial Matter

  • Post Order Modifications