If you are not married to the other parent and have recently separated, paternity may need to be established with the courts. There are several ways to do this and Attorney Megan is ready to assist you with getting custody, placement, and child support orders established.
In Wisconsin, there is no prose form to establish paternity through the court system. Either a private attorney or the child support agency has to do the paperwork. If nobody (bio-mom, bio-dad, child) receives aid from the state, the child support agency will not “step-in” to establish paternity. You need an attorney.