A paternity attorney is someone who practices family law, but not all family law attorneys are considered paternity attorneys. Determining the child's father is very important to determine who is financially responsible for the child, who has custody of the child, and other legal issues related to the best interests of the child.
A paternity attorney monitors paternity law cases and can try to prove that the man is the parent of the child he is supposed to support. The fact that a couple is married does not mean that the man gives birth to children born to the woman.
The problem surrounding the paternal law is that of proving that his wife is sincere and that his children whom he provided during the marriage are in fact the offspring of her husband.
Under the judicial systems in many countries, a husband is automatically considered the father of a child when the child is born to a married woman. If the spouses dissolve the marriage, the court automatically orders the husband to pay the costs of all children born to the wife during the marriage. A man must pass a paternity test to prove that the child does not belong to him before a court acquits him of paying childcare costs.
The mother fears that the man she marries will try to say that the child does not belong to her, just so that she does not have to support the child.