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Determining the biological father of a child can be a legal necessity for men and women who are married, unmarried, or about to divorce. Even grandparents may have a legal interest. The identity of a child’s father affects adoptions, child support, inheritance, parental rights, custody, visitation and guardianship.

If you have questions about DNA testing or paternity actions in Illinois, schedule a consultation with one of ZRFM’s family law attorneys by telephoning (815) 459-2050 or contact us using the form on this Web site.