Hunter Biden has retained a new attorney to represent him in his Arkansas paternity case.
Brent M. Langdon of Langdon Davis in Texarkana, Texas, filed an entry of appearance Monday in Independence County Circuit Court in Batesville.
Langdon will replace former Arkansas Attorney General Dustin McDaniel and Jessica Duncan Johnston of Benca and Johnston in Little Rock, who filed a motion to withdraw, which was granted by Circuit Judge Don McSpadden last week.
Biden is the son of former Vice President Joe Biden, who is a leading contender for the Democratic presidential nomination.
Lunden Alexis Roberts filed suit against Hunter Biden in May.
Roberts is asking the court to declare Biden is her child's biological father and to order him to pay child support and provide health insurance for the toddler.
Roberts graduated from Arkansas State University in 2014 with a bachelor's degree in interdisciplinary studies.
She later attended George Washington University in Washington. While in Washington, she met Hunter Biden, according to her attorney, Clinton W. Lancaster of Benton.
Roberts gave birth in August 2018. The name of the child, referred to in court documents as "Baby Doe," hasn't been disclosed.
Last month, her attorney filed a motion with the court DNA testing has established, "with scientific certainty," Hunter Biden was the baby's father.
A separate motion filed with the clerk said Hunter Biden "is not contesting paternity."
McSpaddene has given Biden and Roberts until Friday to file completed affidavits of financial means.