I want to know if he is (or if I am) the father. Can the Prosecuting Attorney's Office help me answer that question?
Our office files court actions to establish the paternity of children. You do not have to be on public assistance to qualify for that service.

If you wish to start a paternity action, contact the Division of Child Support (DCS) or call 1-800-442-KIDS (1-800-442-5437) and tell them you need paternity establishment services.
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1. I want to know if he is (or if I am) the father. Can the Prosecuting Attorney's Office help me answer that question?
2. The father of my child is deceased. Can I still get paternity established?
3. I know who the father of my child is. How do I get him to pay support?
4. What is, or why am I a "presumed" father?
5. What is a Paternity Affidavit?
6. My name is on the child's birth certificate. How can I get a paternity test to see if I am really the father?
7. Will the Prosecuting Attorney's Office do a paternity test for me?
8. How long does it take to get test results?