Fathers’ Rights

When parents are working through the divorce process, one of their primary concerns is protecting their relationship with their children. Many fathers fear that their children’s mothers will automatically receive custody, regardless of whether that is in the best interests of the children.

If you are working through divorce, child custody or other family law matters, it’s critical to work with an experienced lawyer who can help ensure that your rights and your relationship with your children are protected at every step of the process.

Fathers Have Options and Rights

If you are a father who is trying to create child custody or visitation arrangements, it’s important to know that you have options. Even if you do not have primary custody of your children, you may still be awarded 50-50 visitation. Moreover, many family law judges agree on the developmental benefits that children receive when spending time with both parents.

Because of traditional stereotypes about parenting roles, many fathers who contact me are concerned that they will not receive any parenting rights. Thankfully, with an experienced lawyer serving as your advocate, that does not need to be the case. Contact me to schedule a free consultation and protect your relationship with your children.

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