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Family Law And Spousal Support For Men

Thursday, June 09, 2016

Some men might be concerned that they will be at a disadvantage in family law matters, but the court's opinions have shifted with modern times when it comes to divorce, child custody and alimony. This means a man may be entitled to custody, child support or spousal support when dissolving a marriage in Los Angeles. The recent split between actress Kaley Cuoco and tennis player Ryan Sweeting highlights this as Cuoco is set to pay $1650,000 to Sweeting. Read More


Father's Rights: Child Support And Visits With Your Children

Friday, May 13, 2016

Supporting a child is something both parents are responsible for doing. The amount of child support that a parent will be responsible for paying will be determined by various factors. A system is used to determine how much child support the non-custodial parent will be responsible for paying.  Read More


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


What are the Consequences Relating to Father's Rights When Past Due on Child Support?

Friday, April 15, 2016

Often times, fathers bear the brunt of the financial responsibility for supporting children when a marriage ends. There are a variety of issues regarding father's rights that are important for you to understand. One of these issues is child support. Before your divorce is finalized, work with your attorney to ensure you have a plan that works best for you and your children. Child support payments usually cover:  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


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


Our Experienced Family Law Attorney Explains Child Custody Character References

Friday, February 19, 2016

If you are going through a child custody case, one thing that may be asked of you is to provide character references, from someone close to you, to outline the interactions witnessed between you and your child. This allows the court to have a better understanding of the living environment the child lives in, and to justify that the child is healthy, secure and safe. Read More


Fathers, Help is On the Way

Friday, February 05, 2016

In today's legal climate, most fathers see their rights violated at every turn. Thousands of fathers across the country nearly bankrupt themselves handing over child support checks to custodial mothers who seldom, if ever, let them see the children they're struggling to help. The especially unlucky ones are falsely accused of heinous crimes in the midst of bitter custody battles. Courts, judges, and especially the bulk of divorce lawyers seem to have a vested interest in making sure that fathers do not get a square deal in the courtroom. Read More



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