Paternity is assumed when a child is born in a marriage. That's not the case in children born to a couple who are unmarried or to a mother who is unsure of the child's paternity.

They are entitled to every child support service we have.

Nobody ever said no. You just didn't say no to Maria.

We want children to have the benefit of establishing some sense of family. That's why we want to do all we can to help that happen.

I don't know how anybody could do this and not have some kind of mental problem.

We have cases where the man seems to think that if he doesn't show up for the case, it will all go away, Even if he's not the father.

She couldn't even sit up on the side of the bed.

There's a $39 charge to have it done. Many times, the mother and child are covered by Medicaid.