Can I get visitation or custody, even though I was not married to the mother, and I am not on the birth certificate?
You can get visitation and custody even though you are not married to the mother and you’re not on the birth certificate. First, you must establish paternity. Once you’ve established paternity, then you can have the court setup time sharing and custody. After time sharing and custody are setup, then courts will address the child support retroactive and current. Don’t go it alone. Consider Salazar & Kelly for your paternity, child support, custody and visitation action today.