A good fathers rights lawyer uses the law to fight for his client. In Kisling v. Allison the South Carolina Court of Appeals indirectly recognized fathers rights. The Court stated that both parents stand on equal footing in seeking custody of a child. It is not the sex of the parent but the best interests of the child that matter. The Court essentially recognized that men can raise children just as well as women. While the law is that men and women are equal in the eyes of the court, the reality is that fathers have a harder time winning custody. An experienced Fathers Rights lawyer will work with the father to present a Parenting Plan to the Court that maximizes the time for both parents or at least allows the parents to both spend time with the child.
Fathers Rights Lawyer Develops Strategies to help you
In addition to being a Charleston fathers rights lawyer I am also a chessplayer. I love strategy. I love carefully developing plans (yes I know I sound like a nerd). My hobby has the side benefit of helping you. I will help you develop strategies to deal with all the issues in your divorce–custody, child support, visitation, alimony and property division.
Fathers Rights Lawyer Fights to Keep Children From Being Brainwashed Against Father
A Fathers Rights to be involved in their childrens’ lives are severely tested when the Mother engages in a pattern of brainwashing the children against the father. This usually begins subtly with the Mother making excuses for why no visit can happen. Behind the scenes the Mother blames the Father in front of the children for the breakup of the Family. She also blames him for the financial problems which flow naturally from divorce. “We can’t afford X because your Father.” The Mother can also alienate the children directly by for example saying: “your dad abandoned us.” These comments are hard to prove but “with children there are no secrets.” If you can prove that the mother is making these type comments, Family Court judges will treat her harshly. I have specific strategies to prove these comments are being made and to stop them.
Fathers Rights Lawyer Fights for Both Parents to Have a Healthy Relationship With Children
I am a Father. I love my son very much. I want to be involved in his life. I want to be there to watch him grow into a man. I want to guide him to avoid the mistakes I made. I would not want anyone to try to keep me away from him. I fight even harder when I think a client of mine is being unfairly excluded from his child’s life. I fight hard because I think it is in the child’s best interest to have a good relationship with the father. Most psychologists and counselors agree with me that children benefit from a healthy relationship with both parents.