Paternity & Adoption

Paternity and Adoption Attorney in Olive Branch, Mississippi

Family law matters that involve paternity or adoption can often be emotionally charged. It is critical for you to have capable and calm legal counsel that understands and is skilled in family law. You need a lawyer who can knowledgeably, efficiently and thoroughly protect your rights and safeguard the involved child's best interests.

Tracy Walsh of Walsh Law Firm PLLC has more than 18 years' experience resolving paternity and adoption matters for her clients. She can help find the right solution for you and your family. Contact us now by e-mail.

We stand by your side for the duration of your family law matter. Call 662-205-6546 for an initial consultation.

In a paternity action, the rights and responsibilities of a parent may be established. Walsh Law Firm PLLC has represented both sides of a paternity issue, from testing to seeking child support owed.

When paternity is established, child custody and child support can also be decreed by the court. These orders are then legally enforceable. By the same token, defending a paternity action can bring a result that the person in question has no legal rights or responsibilities regarding a child.

We Help Clients Adopt Children

Walsh Law Firm PLLC has extensive experience helping people adopt children. This includes stepparent adoptions, grandparent and other relative adoptions, and new birth adoptions.

A new birth adoption occurs when a couple adopts the child of a stranger. We make sure that the legal arrangements sever biological parental rights. If the father is not present, we will serve papers on John Doe to ensure that the adoption is irrevocably achieved.

Caring and Capable Paternity and Adoption Legal Counsel

Sensitive legal matters require a lawyer who is not only effective in the courtroom and in negotiation. Paternity and adoption concerns require a knowledgeable, caring and capable attorney who is squarely on your side.

Please call Walsh Law Firm PLLC at 662-205-6546 to arrange an initial consultation about your paternity or adoption questions. You may also feel free to contact us through e-mail. We respond promptly to both phone calls and e-mails.