Unmarried Parents Lawyer In Oregon

If you have a child as an unmarried couple and paternity is established, you have the right to ask the court to determine child custody, parenting time and child support. A skilled lawyer can guide you through the legal process from start to finish.

At the Boaz Law Firm, P.C., based in Salem and Eugene, Oregon, we represent unmarried parents for a wide range of legal matters. Often, cases we see fall into three situations:

  • The primary parent needs the other parent to provide child support.
  • The primary parent doesn't allow the other parent to have parenting time (visitation).
  • The noncustodial parent needs to establish custody in order to prevent the primary parent from moving away.

Most people establish paternity immediately after the birth. However, if you have not, we can guide you through that process as well. We provide every client with a high level of personal and professional service, keeping you abreast regarding your case and addressing any questions you may have along the way.

Contact us today for a free initial phone consultation.

Salem Fathers' Rights Attorney Dedicated To Your Case

If paternity is established, it doesn't automatically result in custody rights. Even mothers have to establish their rights in order to secure their legal rights. Issues with regard to paternity can be complex, and will benefit from strong legal representation.

As a dedicated unmarried parents' attorney, William Boaz is fully prepared to handle even the most complex cases. He will meet with you to fully understand your situation and advise you on next steps. The ultimate goal is to help you get the best possible outcome for you and your family, and Mr. Boaz will advocate for that at every step — whether in negotiations or, if needed, in the courtroom.

Call For A Free Initial Phone Consultation — Serving The Salem Area

Contact us today by phone at 503-400-9513 or by email using our secure online form. We offer free initial consultations to answer your questions regarding issues encountered by unmarried parents. Our office hours are weekdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. We accept major credit cards, have competitive rates and also offer payment plans to those who qualify.