In many cases a child that was born out of wedlock may still inherit from the father’s estate if certain mentioned actions can be proved. Read more on the blog of Dallas probate attorneys at the Nacol Law Firm P.C.
In Texas, a man can establish paternity prior to the birth of a child by filing a request for adjudication of parentage and voluntary litigation. Read more about Pre Natal DNA testing in Texas in this blog from Dallas paternity attorneys at the Nacol Law Firm PC
This new Texas paternity law, effective immediately, aims to further protect a mistaken father from certain child support payment obligations. This new law also amends the current law, SB785: Mistaken Paternity. Read more on the blog of Dallas paternity attorney Mark Nacol
Dallas paternity attorney Mark Nacol of the Nacol Law Firm PC says If you have been paying child support in Texas, due to a mistaken belief that you were the father, the time to act is now. The new Texas Mistaken Paternity Law deadline to file is September 1, 2012.