Paternity Testing | Establishing Parentage | Paternity Disputes

Experienced Paternity Rights Attorney

If you are involved in a paternity dispute, whether as the mother or the alleged father, you may be uncertain of your rights and how to proceed. If you signed the birth certificate, is that sufficient evidence to make you responsible for child support? Can you refuse to take a DNA test? Can you challenge the results of a DNA test? An experienced and knowledgeable family law attorney can protect your rights.

At the Law Office of Len Conner, we focus our practice exclusively on family law matters, including paternity actions. We work as a team, collaborating with other professionals, from psychologists, social workers and financial advisors to private investigators and tax professionals.

We place a premium on personal service and attention. We will take the time to learn the details of your case so that we can formulate a specific strategy to meet your specific objectives. Our lawyer have the skill, knowledge, experience and resources to identify and implement customized solutions to your legal problems.

To schedule an appointment with a Dallas Paternity Test Lawyer, contact our office by e-mail or call us at (972) 445-1500  if you’re in the Dallas / Fort Worth Area. Call us toll free at 1 (877) 613-5800.

Protecting Parties in Paternity Proceedings

We will represent either side in legal proceedings to establish paternity, whether you want to show paternity or refute fatherhood. We will prepare and file all documentation required during the process, and will be your advocate in any hearings or proceedings. We will keep you fully informed of any developments in your case and will carefully explain your options, as well as the potential consequences of the choices available to you.

We will also assist you with any issues that arise during or after the paternity test, including:

  • Your rights regarding DNA testing and establishing parentage
  • Payment of child support, as well as expenses related to childbirth
  • Payment of medical insurance for the minor child
  • Child custody and visitation issues
  • Name changes
  • Affidavit of or revocation of affidavit of parentage

Contact Our Office

To set up an initial consultation with a Dallas DNA Paternity Test Attorney, contact us online or call our office at 972-445-1500 if you’re in the Dallas / Fort Worth Area for an appointment. Let our team put its experience, knowledge and skill to work for you.

The Law Office of Len Conner Serves the Cities of:

Irving, Dallas, Cedar Hill, Mesquite, Garland,
Grand Prairie, Los Colinas, Richardson, Plano, Highland Park,
Arlington, Hurst, Euless, Bedford, Southlake, Grapevine,
Colleyville, Lewisville, Denton, The Colony, Coppell,
Flower Mound, Corinth, Argyle, Fort Worth, Frisco,
Sachse, McKinney, Park Cities, Duncanville, Desoto,
& Dallas County, Tarrant County, Denton County, Collin County

We hope the information provided here is helpful. Please call our office with any questions you may have. Unless otherwise indicated, attorney listed in this site are not certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. This web site is designed for general information only. The information at this site should not be construed to be formal legal advice nor the formation of a lawyer/client relationship.

Admitted to the US Federal Courts, Northern District of TX

Member of the Texas Family Law Section of the Texas State Bar Association

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Len Conner & Associates

600 John Carpenter Freeway,
Ste 238
Irving, Texas 75062


Phone: 972-445-1500

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