Are your rights being violated? Call a lawyer at (516) 406-8381!
The reality remains that fathers are perceived to be, and in many cases
may actually be, on unequal footing throughout the course of a divorce
involving contested custody issues.
While a father’s rights are implied in terms of
custody, you may be facing other issues in your split such as those relating to
child support, spousal support, or other issues. An experienced family
attorney in Nassau County can respond to your concerns, as well as anticipate
any further potential issues that may arise.
Importance of a Father's Rights
In the era of co-parenting where a woman staying at home and the man heading
to work is no longer the prevalent norm, fathers are becoming increasingly
involved in the more hands-on rearing of their children. Whether this
means weighing in on important decisions such as the child’s medical
treatment or education, or the smaller things like driving the kids to
school or making them lunch, modern-day fathers are very much a part of
their children’s lives, and studies show that children need their
fathers in their lives.
Additionally, oftentimes in discussing father’s rights, given the
fact that New York has legalized
same-sex marriage, attorneys may overlook the very possible two father home, which presents
its own unique challenges during a marital dissolution.
Zealous Advocates for Your Parental Rights
If you are a father in the midst of a divorce, you’ll want to ensure
that you are hiring a dedicated, professional, and experienced law firm
to secure and protect your rights as a father. When you hire a seasoned
attorney at Jason M. Barbara & Associates, P.C. you can rest assured
that we will fight for your rights as a father.
Are you searching for an attorney to protect your father's rights in
Nassau County? Whether you are facing a contested divorce, or an uncontested
divorce, Jason M. Barbara & Associates, P.C. will work with you to
ensure that your final divorce judgment is something that is favorable
and agreeable for the foreseeable future.
Contact us today in order to schedule your free initial consultation, so that we
can discuss your case. Our firm can be reached at 516-406-8381.