By Robin W. Klein
Mens Divorce Attorney, Cordell and Cordell
Paternity law is a complex area of law that frequently discriminates against fathers rights.
It's not uncommon for family law attorneys to have clients with children that have never been married to the mother nor been to court who simply have verbal agreements about who pays what and who gets to see the child when.
In these situations, the mothers have all the power since unwed fathers generally have few rights to their children.
So if you are an unwed dad, here is what you should expect in terms of child support, parenting time, health insurance costs, etc., if your child's mother finally takes you to court to have a judge formalize your relationship.