Some people believe that there is a bias toward mothers with regard to custody and support. This is not the case. In fact, the courts are going to rule according to what is in the best interest of the children. If you have concerns regarding your rights as a father or mother, an experienced family law attorney can provide the guidance you need.
Our team is dedicated to helping anyone, mother or father, who wants to be the best possible parent. We will meet with you to fully understand your situation and then provide an honest assessment of your options
In any child custody and/or visitation case, either parent can assume the role of the custodial and noncustodial parent. This can be either parent. And in other cases, custody is split between parents. Depending on the situation, certain implications may sway a judge's decision such as a breastfeeding mother, issues with one parent being out of the picture or matters involving violence, drugs or other illegal activities. Ultimately, the largest factor the courts consider is the safety and welfare of the children. But you're a father it's important to know your rights.
With our team of experienced fathers rights attorney in Colorado, we can advocate for either parent throughout the custody or visitation process. Our goal is to help your family achieve the best possible outcome that is in your children's best interests.
To set up a phone consultation with one of our attorneys, call our Adams County law firm at 303-500-7706 or fill out the form below.