Child born out of wedlock in Indonesia has legal relationship with her/his mother and her family only. This is because she/he was born outside the legal marriage of the parents. The biological father's name will not be printed on the child's birth certificate. But the child may have her/his legal relationship with the alleged father and his family as well, as long as a legal proceeding is being carried-out separately. It's called legalization of the child born out of wedlock. This is where the father voluntarily enter into a Paternity Affidavit, and the mother consent to it.
Nowadays, you need to conduct a DNA test to scientifically prove the relationship between the child and the alleged father. This proves the laws in Indonesia keep-up with the scientific developments. The end results of legalization born out of wedlock is to give the child entitlements as if she/he was born into the parents' legitimate marriage. The child is also entitled to use her/his father's family name. So, this proceeding is about giving your child the best they deserve.
Our lawyers at Wijaya & Co have successfully assisted our clients in getting their child legalized into their marriage. Cases we handled have contributed to the portfolio of the firm, and therefore our significant experience is a remarkable asset to the proceeding of out of wedlock child legalization with high success rate.
Consider the following issues in order to establish legal relationship between you and your child born out of wedlock with child legalization proceeding carried-out by our firm:
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