Men are especially at a disadvantage in child custody and parenting time matters. Rarely do men get the same opportunities for primary physical custody that women receive automatically. They may need to contend with the court’s acceptance of a mother to move away or a mother’s demand for less visitation because it’s “better for the child.”
We take a strong stance on father’s rights. We work to overcome the presumption that mom is the best caregiver of the children. This may involve investigating the separate homes and lifestyles provided by each parent. In some cases, we may pull in social workers and other experts to testify on our clients’ behalf. We will do whatever necessary to make sure fathers are treated fairly.