Paternity suits usually involve the same issues addressed in conservatorship, child support and modification cases. Paternity cases, however, more precisely resolve who has the rights and obligations concerning a child. Correctly establishing paternity can also be important to determining whether adoption of a child can or should proceed. In appropriate cases, DNA testing can be used to create a rebuttable presumption in favor of or against a man’s paternity. David Kazen knows the procedures and has the resources to guide a client effectively through a paternity case when paternity becomes an issue.