Riverside Fathers' Rights Attorney
Helping Fathers Obtain Equal Rights in Child Custody Cases
In the past, family courts tended to favor the side of the mother during
divorce. A stereotype held that the mother was always the best fit for the child
opposed to the father when it came to deciding who the child or children
will live with. Fathers were granted
visitation rights – sometimes.
However, as time continues, this injustice has been unveiled to reveal
that the mother is not always be the best fit for the child. In fact,
in many cases the father's living style was actually much more suitable
for children. Although this type of bias is no longer allowed from a family
court, a hint of it remains in many cases regarding
child support and
Secure Legal Protection for Your Rights as a Parent
Here at Hanson, Gorian, Bradford & Hanich, our team of attorneys work
towards a common goal of obtaining equal rights in the court room. If
you are a father going through a divorce and wish to retain custody of
your children but fear that a pretrial bias will prevent this from happening,
immediately speak to our
Riverside child custody lawyer.
When you need experienced representation that you can count on, you need
the legal team at our firm. We truly understand the ins and outs of family
court and family law matters, which we can use to your advantage in court.
Whether you have already entered into the divorce process or you are in
the early stages of deciding to separate, our Riverside divorce lawyers
are ready to help protect your rights and advocate your children's
How Our Fathers' Rights Lawyer May Help You
We can help with any part of the divorce or child custody process, from
how to get custody to informing you on the
types of custody available to the
enforcement of child support payments, if necessary. To learn more about child custody and fathers'
rights, please call our firm today for a complimentary consultation of
Contact a Riverside fathers' rights lawyer at our firm to ensure that your rights are protected during matters of
divorce and child custody.