Fathers Rights Advocates.
While there are many fathers rights advocates and fathers rights groups out there, unfortunately very few are owned or operated by family law attorneys.  Most fathers rights groups are non-attorneys who pretend to be child custody and/or child support experts, but don't really have the expertise or experience on child custody lawyers or child support attorneys.  When it comes to asserting a father's parental rights, including father custody and father visitation rights, getting help from true family law attorneys is essential. 

Father rights procedure.   Whether it's divorced fathers rights, unmarried fathers rights or single fathers rights, the family court procedure is the same.  Custodial rights, including father custody, are determined by a court or by agreement of the parents of the child.  A parent can file for custody, which generally consists of a petition to establish custody.  In many jurisdictions, upon the filing of child custody papers, the court may refer the matter to mediation first to determine if the parents can agree on both legal and physical custody of the child.  If an agreement as to custody cannot be reached, the matter will typically be set for a hearing in front of a family law judge to decide upon the custody of the children, including but not limited to sole custody, joint custody, parenting time or visitation.  The court will then issue an order stating who will be the custodial parent, and possibly several other issues.  Once a custody order has been issued, either parent is then in a better position to protect and enforce his or her custodial rights.
Commonly, a child will share a special relationship with his or her mother. Furthermore, historically the courts have favored that relationship when it comes to child custody and parenting time. However, a child’s relationship with his or her father is just as important and beneficial to the child. 

The laws now recognize that having both parents involved in a child life is usually in the best interests of the child. Consequently, court rulings with regards to fathers rights are more favorable than ever. Legal issues affecting children, such as child custody, child support and visitation are determined based upon what is in the best interests of the the child. This helps promote the rights of children as well as father rights.
At The Attorney Connection, we know that fathers rights are important and need to be proactively asserted and protected. We provide the professional legal support that fathers need when addressing child custody, visitation, child support and other family law issues. We encourage fathers to move forward in resolving their family law case by utilizing the affordable and effective services of our experienced law group at The Attorney Connection.

Fathers Rights

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Lawyers, family law attorneys and fathers rights advocates who help with father rights, children rights, parental rights for fathers and mothers.  Helping with paternity, joint custody, sole custody and fathers rights in all fifty states.  Child support attorneys who also help with child support payments that need to be changed, including cases dealing with child support enforcement.  Father's rights advocates with experience in paternity, child custody for fathers, child support, fathers rights visitation and parenting time, termination of parental rights.

Providing father rights help in the following states:

Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming


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