California Father's Rights Guide

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When men do not understand their rights as parents, this can result in unjust rulings in divorce, child custody and child support cases. Unfortunately, many fathers do not know how to find information regarding father’s rights without first hiring an attorney. Now, everything dads need regarding father’s rights in California can be found in one convenient guide.

If you are considering a divorce, or facing any other legal challenge that may affect your children, then it is essential to begin researching your rights and your legal options. Meeting with a father’s rights attorney can be a very intimidating prospect, especially if you are unprepared. Now, you can reduce your frustration and feel more confident moving forward by reading the materials we are happy to provide to you.

Do’s and Don’ts of Fathers’ Rights

As a father during or after divorce, it is important to act knowledgeably and carefully to ensure that your rights as a father are protected. Each action that you take or do not take could either work for or against you. If you are fighting with your current or ex-spouse, especially about child support, there are many factors that must be considered. Knowing what to say in court can help you dramatically. As a father, you want to ensure that your rights are safeguarded and a divorce lawyer can help, but you must also take precaution in your words and actions.

During separation, if you must move out of the household, it is important to be careful not to broadcast personal information to those who do not need to know. It is often helpful, however to remain residing in the house unless ordered to do otherwise. Many individuals enjoy gossiping information that is not their business that could drastically affect your marriage. During that time, it is also important to stay involved in your children’s lives or else that could be used against you in court.

What are Fathers’ Rights? Fresno Family Law Attorney Rick Banks Explains

Establishing Paternity in Fresno

When it comes to a beloved child, there can be substantial disputes between the parents who are separated or unwed. Many times, the dispute is over paternity which is a situation that must be investigated and handled by a Fresno divorce lawyer. At the Law Offices of Rick D. Banks, I understand that you have the desire to be a large part of your children’s lives. I can help you through any legal situation concerning your rights as a father. If you are in a situation where you must have paternity determined, I can stand by your side through the entire process. By establishing paternity, you can establish your legal rights as a father.

What Are My Rights As A Father During Divorce in Fresno?

In many family law and divorce cases, a fathers’ rights are violated. Many of the most typical aspects of divorce that a fathers’ rights are placed on the back-burner in include child custody and visitation. In any legal matter that you feel your rights as a father have been violated or even ignored, my firm can stand by your side to ensure that is not the case.

Helping You Make the Best Decisions

Any legal issues that involve your children can cause emotions to run high and immense amounts of stress and anxiety. This is only made worse by advertisements for attorneys that do not seem to answer your questions, or really provide any useful information. You may not even know which lawyer to hire because the websites and commercials do nothing to help you understand what to expect from the services.

Our California Father’s Rights Guide will turn you into a savvy consumer who knows all of the right questions to ask. The free guide will teach you many different lessons, including:

  • Common Misconceptions Surrounding Father’s Rights in California
  • How to Increase Your Odds of Winning Your Case
  • Five Deadly Mistakes that Can Destroy Your Case
  • The Truth about Lawyer Advertising
  • Why You May Not Need a Father’s Rights Attorney at All
  • How to Resolve Your Case with Less Stress and Expense
  • How to Find a Qualified Father’s Rights Lawyer

Protect Yourself and Your Family by Reading Our Guide before Meeting with a Fresno Father’s Rights Attorney

The Fresno family law attorney that you choose, and the services you receive from this attorney, will have a major impact on the level of protection and quality of representation your family will receive. Therefore, before you ever commit to any lawyer, or even begin to consult with a legal professional, we recommend that you become more knowledgeable regarding what to expect by first reading our helpful guide.

This Is About Support, Not Sales

When you submit your information, and request a free guide to California father’s rights, you do not need to be worried about being pestered with offers or promotions. What you can expect is a free guide, and the support you need during this difficult journey.

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Rick D. Banks, Esq.

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Disclaimers and Legal Stuff

First, the Law Office of Rick D. Banks is providing this information as a public service. The reader is advised to check for changes to current law and to consult with a qualified lawyer on any legal issue. The use of this material does not create an attorney-client relationship with the Law Offices of Rick D. Banks. We also do other stuff, so don’t get nervous. Second, nothing on this site is legal advice. We’re not your lawyers unless we both agree in writing that we’re your lawyers. Third, we hate disclaimers. You probably do, too. Call your Congressperson and complain.