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4 Ways to Establish Paternity

Paternity is the age-old "baby daddy" question. It's the legal recognition of a man as a child's father. Paternity often has to be established for legal rights like child custody, support, visitation, adoption and inheritance.

Paternity is commonly established through DNA testing. But it's not the only way. Here are a few other ways Georgia allows paternity establishments to be made:

5 Ways to Potentially Invalidate a Prenuptial Agreement

When you got married, you may have been wildly in love and willing to sign anything, including an unfavorable prenuptial agreement.

Now the blind love has worn off and you're looking to invalidate that prenuptial agreement to get your fair share.

While you may think that you are out of luck, there actually are quite a few ways to get a prenup tossed out of court. Here's a look a five common ways that an Atlanta family lawyer can invalidate a prenuptial agreement: