Fathers Have The Same Rights As Mothers
It is important for fathers to have active roles in the lives of their children. The trends in the law tend to agree with this statement as well. Do not believe the myths that women are favored in custody battles.
At the Law Offices of Maribeth Blessing, LLC, we will explain your rights as a father and guide you down the path that best protects your interests as well as the interests of your children. We can help you keep a strong relationship with your child.
The Law Does Not Favor Mothers
More and more judges throughout the state are leaning toward shared custody arrangements. No longer do the courts favor one gender over the other when making child custody determinations. There are many factors that must be analyzed, including:
- Which party will encourage contact with other family members
- Present and past abuse
- Criminal records of the parties involved
- The relationship of the child with the parent
- History of drug or alcohol abuse
- The mental and physical condition of the parties
At the Law Offices of Maribeth Blessing, LLC, we have an extensive understanding of these issues and will work with you to ensure your family is protected.
You May Need To Establish Paternity First
There are certain instances in which paternity must be established in order to be able to assert your rights as a father. We can guide you through the process of requesting a paternity exam and be by your side to answer any questions you may have along the way. Once paternity is established, we will be able to pursue all different types of custody plans, including physical and legal custody.
Learn More About Your Rights As A Father
Do you have questions regarding your rights as a father? Contact our attorneys online or call us at 215-392-0849 or 866-603-8691 for a free 10-minute conversation. We also offer a two-hour consultation for a very reasonable fee. Our office is located in Rockledge.