intentionally changed my family status from the father at birth to step father on these records.
Can they legally do this without any proof of paternity ever done?
What type of lawyer would I need to look into this?
If you are the child's biological father, then you can file with the Court to establish Paternity. However, this seems like it could be a simple mistake. I would suggest you attempt to communicate the Doctor's Office in writing to request the change. If you wish to file for Paternity with the Courts, you should consult a Family Law attorney.
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