Paternity

Family law WorkgroupWhen your child is born, the hospital staff is required to ask for information to complete the baby's birth certificate. Hospital staff will also have forms for the mother and father to sign that say that the father is the biological father.  In order to receive child support, paternity has to be proven if a child was born outside of a marriage. 

This section contains links that offer information about paternity in Arkansas. There are pdf fact sheets below. 

FACT SHEETS & LEGAL INFORMATION

FORMS & COURT INFORMATION
Use these forms to create documents you can use in court:

OTHER RESOURCES (Other Websites)
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