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Fathers' Rights Attorney In Rancho Cucamonga

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Understanding what your rights as a father is crucial. While there may be bias in family court, our firm is here to provide the counsel you need to bypass these issues and secure the fair outcome you and your children deserve. If you are looking for emphatic, ethical, and effective representation that will ensure your best interests are protected, be sure to call The Law Office of Luella G. Hairston.

Whether you are facing a pending divorce or have been in a difficult child custody battle for some time, our firm is here to provide the support you need. With numerous years of legal experience under our belts, we know how to handle all types of family law matters involving father's rights. Our Rancho Cucamonga family law attorney can review your case today and start building an effective legal plan.

Don't let your rights as a father be hindered! Call our firm today for compassionate counsel.

Protecting Your Father's Rights

At our firm, we know how important it is for fathers to have their rights protected, especially in the family law court. Though the California courts often try to provide equal treatment, there is an undeniable bias leaning towards the mother in many individuals minds when they think of divorce rulings and child custody matters. Unfortunately, many great fathers are left wondering what happened and how they could have lost the involvement they deserved to have in their children's lives. Don't let this happen to you!

We provide counsel for fathers facing the following legal issues:

  • Divorce
  • Visitation rulings and modifications
  • Child custody cases
  • Child support matters
  • Restraining orders or domestic violence claims

Rights as a Military Father

Fighting to protect the rights and freedom of the country is difficult in and of itself. If you are also struggling with divorce at home, you should be aware of your rights as a military father. The Service Members Civil Relief Act, which was signed by President Bush in 2003 is a primary guide for fathers who are deployed. The act grants a 90-day stay on civil cases for deployed soldiers. You should get your rights protected as a military father!

Get A Free Consultation About Your Case

You deserve to have an equal right to custody. Our family lawyer is here to help you work an agreement that is just for both parties. If that means settling on a joint custody plan, then we will work to resolve this as efficiently as possible. We are here to fight for the fair treatment you deserve as a father, but above all else, our firm makes what matters most to you a priority: your children. Make sure you get the right legal counsel on your side.

Contact us today to schedule a free consultation with our dedicated legal team.

Frequently Asked Questions on Fathers' Rights

You will likely have further questions during the child custody and child support process. We can provide you with the answers you need for your case to help you resolve the various conflicts you are facing. Below, we have answered a number of frequently asked questions about the rights of fathers during divorce.

How long will I pay child support?
Child support will terminate on the day that the child turns 18 if he or she is a high school graduate. The support will remain, however, if the child has not graduated and stays enrolled full time before the age of 19.

Will my child's rights be protected?
The state of California considers children the biggest priority in the court. The court proceedings are designed to protect the best interests of the child in each aspect of the divorce. In addition, they strive not to expose litigation and other aspects of the process to the children.

What are common mistakes I should avoid as a father during this time?
Some of the common mistakes we notice fathers making that can harm their child custody or child support case include:

  • Out-spending the wife to financially break her
  • Being too generous and put themselves in a difficult financial situation
  • Surrendering your rights on child custody matters
  • Failing to ask for a modification when necessary

Call us today for answers to any further questions!