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Why Establish Paternity?
Why Establish Paternity?

In the state of Florida, if a woman is married at the time of her child’s birth, her husband is the legal father of the child. Many couples, however, are unmarried at the time of their child’s birth. In this case, it benefits both parents and the child to establish legal ...

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