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Father's Rights: How to Put an End to Parenting Time Interference

Friday, July 08, 2016

When a relationship ends, it can sometimes be difficult to handle the situation in a friendly manner, even when children are involved. One common occurrence among newly split couples is known as parenting time interference. Read More

Temporary Child Custody as Explained by an Experienced Attorney in Family Law

Thursday, June 30, 2016

When a couple is going through a divorce, one parent may request temporary custody of their child while going through the process. So what is temporary custody? It is the custody of a child, through a family law court order, that gives one parent custody temporarily. This means the parent has the right to make certain crucial decisions regarding the child’s health and well-being, albeit temporarily until the custody matter is resolvedRead More

Hiring The Right Family Law Attorney Is An Important Step In Your Case

Wednesday, May 25, 2016

When you need to hire a family law attorney for your personal matters, you are preparing to make one of the most important decisions in this process. You have to hire an attorney who has the experience and skills you need because this can be the difference in positive or negative results.

There are plenty of ways to reach out to an attorney, especially since you can find so much information online. There are various forms of communication that you can take advantage of that will allow you to get to know your potential attorney. Once you think you have found someone who may be a perfect fit for your case, you should be prepared to ask a few questions, such as the following:

  • How much experience do you have in family law?
  • How much are the legal fees?
  • Will you be available to handle my case?
  • How do you feel about mediation?
  • How do you feel about litigation?

When you have a significant amount of information about an attorney, you will be able to make a more informed decision on whether to hire this attorney or move to the next one on your list.

Once you find the right attorney, you should listen to the advice he or she is giving you. The right attorney for your case will have your best interest in mind. When you do not trust the attorney, you can make things difficult for all parties. If there is something you do not understand and need more clarification, do not hesitate to contact the attorney.

If you want to have a positive outcome for your case and need to hire the right attorney, do not hesitate to contact us.

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Father's Rights Concerns-Here's What You Need to Know About Wage Garnishment

Friday, April 22, 2016

Wage garnishment is a process in which wages from your paycheck are given to your child's custodial parent.  This process occurs if you have unpaid child support monies that the custodial parent is requesting.  If the court authorizes the garnishment of your wages, the sheriff notifies you and your employer of this occurrence. Read More

Family Law and Divorce: How to Navigate Your Children Through the Process

Friday, April 15, 2016

Divorce is never easy, no matter who is involved, but it’s especially difficult for children to go through. Parents think they’re protecting their children, but even with the best intentions, parents sometimes hurt the children in the process. Attorneys in the family law field see many cases of a family divided through the divorce process and want to provide you with the following tips when navigating through this most difficult time.   Read More

Learn About Father's Rights When Child Support Payments are Hurting You Financially

Friday, April 01, 2016
  • As a father, you love your children and want to ensure they are properly cared for. And while you have no problem contributing to the financial well-being of your children through child support payments, you could find that the amount your paying is unfair and hurting you in the process. 

    Child support is calculated by the court based on a formula overseen by state law. However, you may find yourself in a situation where the mandated child support payments are hurting your overall financial well-being. And if you feel that your payments are not properly caring for your child as they should, this can lead to added frustration and stress. Often times you feel that a father's rights are not considered when determining the amount of support you must pay.

    Luckily, you do have a few options. Helping to support your child is necessary, but it should not come at the cost of your own financial health. You still need to pay your own bills and take care of yourself and your family. You need to show the court that your situation warrants a modification of child support. 

    Many fathers fear that courts look disfavorably upon them and always side with the mother. Unfortunately, it does seem that in most cases, the court does side with the mother. And you may be perfectly fine with the mother of your children being the custodial parent. But, this is more than just raising your children, this is about ensuring your own financial well-being and the ability to move on with your life.

    If you want to know more about how you can ensure you take care of your children without financially crippling yourself in the process, contact us today. We dedicate our work to make sure fathers have rights, too!

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An Overview on Custody from an Experienced Father's Rights Attorney

Friday, March 25, 2016

One of the many questions asked by fathers looking for help after a divorce is how they can obtain custody of their child. While courts don’t generally discriminate against fathers, it can be difficult for a father to obtain custody. Mothers are usually seen as the more nurturing parent and the primary caregiver of their children, but that is not always the case, and it takes an attorney experienced in fighting for a father's rights to help prove the father is capable of being the primary caregiver. Read More

Tips to Get Through a Child Custody Case From Our Experienced Family Law Attorneys

Friday, March 18, 2016

Divorce is difficult and stressful. When children are involved, it’s much worse, especially when you see the stress and frustration on your children’s faces. Settling your divorce and child custody issues is in everyone’s best interest so you can start to re-build your life and establish a new normal.   Read More

Recognition of Father's Rights for the Unmarried

Friday, March 11, 2016

Since the 1960s, there has been an increasing number of children born to unwed parents. This has caused an increased look at the fathers of these children, father's rights, and the role men play in raising their children. Read More

Three Mistakes Fathers Make When it Comes to Child Support & Child Support Arrearages

Friday, March 04, 2016

The public often trivializes fathers' contributions to children's healthy development. Although fathers love their children just as much as mothers, this bias causes some fathers to fail to aggressively protect their rights due to an excessively defeatist attitude or fear of being labeled a deadbeat. Ultimately, fathers' reluctance to stand up for themselves hurts their children. Below are common mistakes fathers make with respect to child support and child support arrearagesRead More

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