Rolling Meadows Court
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The law offices of Marder and Seidler have been representing clients in the Rolling Meadows Court for 25 years. They are experienced and acquainted in the courthouse proceedings. With offices in Schaumburg since 1978, they have close proximity to Rolling Meadows.
Many of the cases they handly in Rolling Meadows, include the following:
-Criminal cases, including felony and misdemeanor
-Suspended Drivers License
-Orders of Protection
If you are in need of an experienced lawyer to represent you in Rolling Meadows, contact Marder and Seidler for a free initial and confidential consultation.
For more information visit their website at www.marderseidlerlaw.com
What is paternity establishment?
Paternity is a legal relationship between a father and his child.
If the parents of the child were not married to each other when the child was conceived and/or born, the father is considered the "alleged father." The alleged father is not the legal father of the child and his name cannot be added to the child's birth certificate until paternity is legally established.
In Illinois, if the mother is/was married when the child was conceived and/or born, her husband/ex-husband is legally presumed to be the father of that child.