Father’s Rights Attorney Scottsdale

High Desert Family Law Group can help with matters of establishing and the channeling of paternity, challenging an adoption of your child or children or assisting with the termination of parental rights, as well as modifying existing child support orders or visitation rights. Read on to learn more.

FATHER’S RIGHTS, HELP AND ADVICE

The rights of the father must be protected once they are granted, and fathers deserve the identical rights as mothers. This societal shift is something laws have not been able to keep up with, but an attorney who specializes in the rights of fathers can help.

EQUAL RIGHTS

In Arizona, the law recognizes a father’s equal rights during both the separation and divorce process. Your previous full time work status, for example, will not be held against you when making a determination of parenting time and legal decision-making. Both parents, are seen by the law equally  The courts are not permitted to favor the gender of one parent over the other.

PRESUMPTION OF PATERNITY

In  Arizona, when you are married it is presumed you are the father of a child or children.  You have a ight to the child or children, including the right to participate in major decisions regarding the child or children’s life. You will still have parental responsibilities following a divorce.

CUSTODIAL INTERFERENCE

Example: A father takes his child to the park. They are then disturbed by a  police officer approaching requesting his name and ID. He is then arrested and charged with custodial interference. The police take his little girl away and return the girl to the mother. It turns out the parents had a disagreement earlier in the day and Mother decided to get revenge (and her daughter) by calling the police. Is this legal under the law?

Possibly. In Arizona, a father has no legal right to the child until paternity has been established when they are not married to the mother of said child.

NO LEGAL RIGHT

In Arizona father has no legal rights to a child if he is not lawfully married to the mother of his child or children until paternity has been confirmed. Paternity can be established by an agreement between the parents as well as a court order Until then, the unmarried mother can make decisions that are significant to the well-being of the child.

CHILD CUSTODY LAWYERS FOR FATHERS

Consider this?

  • Are you facing a pending divorce?
  • Are you dealing with issues of property division?
  • Are you contending with issues of child support/custody?
  • Are you being alienated by the other parent?
  • Has the mother of your child or children said they intend to relocate to another state without your agreement?

FATHER’S RIGHTS ADVOCATES

As a father you need an attorney, on your side, who will go to fight for you, and an experienced advocate of father’s rights to protect the unique bond between children and their father. Consider the following regarding children from fatherless families:

  • Children are more likely to commit domestic violence.
  • Children are more likely to use illegal drugs.
  • Children are more likely to drop out of school.
  • Children are more likely to commit murders as teenagers.

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HOW TO DEAL WITH CUSTODY BATTLES WITH FATHER’S RIGHTS ATTORNEYS

Although you can get the best advice and help from a father’s rights attorney, getting the result you want is still a challenge By clarifying your goals and concerns are at your initial consultation we can help you better understand what needs to be done to convince a judge in family court to award you shared custody of your children. We know how vital it is to you to seek and obtain custody of your child or children.

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