This is the proceeding that certifies the origin of a child in Indonesia. This may be applicable to the couples married in Moslem without any proper registration, and when you don't see your name on the child's birth certificate as the father.
On one hand, the proceeding certifies that the child is the offspring of the parents. A DNA test is one of the statutory requirements. We need medical technology to support this. On the other hand, the father of the child will be legally recognized, and therefore the child will not be considered born out of wedlock. After all, the terms is not applicable to the child in this matter. You and your wife are required to enter into a paternity affidavit, and a consent from the biological mother. This is imposed by the laws in Indonesia, and therefore it serves as another statutory requirements that you need to comply with.
The prevailing laws and regulation on certifying the offspring of a child in Indonesia also imposed a provision of information supplied by the witnesses. They can be either family members, common friends, co-workers, colleagues, or even your parents.
Wijaya & Co is very familiar with this proceeding. Our attorneys are highly dedicated legal practitioners working to get you to your goals. It is our passion to secure your child with legal recognition Indonesia's legal system can provide.
Consider the following issues in order to establish the certification of your child through a legal proceeding carried-out by our firm:
- Experienced family law attorneys;
- High success rates in previous similar cases handled by our attorneys that will also contribute to your success;
- Conclusive legal binding;
- World-wide legal recognition. The product of the proceeding may be used as a mirror order anytime anywhere in the world.
Call or email us to find out how you can initiate the proceeding of the origin of a child in Indonesia with the assistance of highly dedicated family law attorneys in Indonesia.
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