Protecting A Father’s Rights
If you are a father engaged in a child custody dispute, you may feel like the deck is stacked against you. Despite evolution in custody laws, many people still unfairly presume that the mother is naturally the more fit parent.
At Hardin Law Firm PLLC, we understand the children are best served by maintaining a meaningful relationship with both parents. When a father’s role is diminished, it’s the children who suffer. Kids need their dads. We are here to protect the rights of fathers in Fayetteville, Carthage and throughout Cumberland and Moore Counties.
The Need For A Fathers’ Rights Lawyer
North Carolina law does not favor either parent in a custody dispute, but rather seeks to protect the best interests of the child. Nonetheless, unconscious biases loom in the minds of certain people, and those biases can affect the outcome of child custody and visitation issues.
A fathers’ rights attorney can combat these predilections, helping fathers and their children get the best result. A father is far more than a support check and a biweekly visit. We are here to help you maximize your role in your child’s life.
If you believe you are the father of a child, you can obtain parental rights by establishing paternity. This is an important step for unmarried fathers who wish to take on all of a father’s rights and responsibilities. Once paternity is established, you can pursue custody and visitation rights, and provide your child with the care and guidance he or she needs.
We Stand Up For Dad
You’ve always done what is best for your children. We are here to help you fight for the right to continue doing so. Contact us today online or by telephone at 910-849-2356 to arrange a consultation with a family law attorney who fights for dads.