Orlando Fathers’ Rights Attorney

The good news for involved fathers who want to protect their relationship with their children following divorce is that Florida courts want the same thing. The state of Florida has one overriding factor in child custody issues: What are the best interests of the children?

In 2008, the wording of Florida child custody laws was changed significantly. The terms “custody,” “visitation,” “primary residential parent” and “secondary residential parent” were replaced by “shared parental responsibility,” “time sharing” and “parenting plans.” Florida divorce laws now encourage equal responsibility for all decisions that need to be made in a child’s life.

If you feel like you have become the “secondary parent,” do not wait to take action. The Davies Law Firm, LLC, can protect your rights while your divorce is settled or if you were never married to your child’s mother.

The objective of these changes was to reduce the number of battles between parents over the amount of time that each gets to spend with their children and instead, as the law states, concentrate on the best interests of their children.

Orange County Visitation Rights Lawyer

At The Davies Law Firm, LLC, in Orlando, Florida, we help married and unmarried fathers protect their rights. Experienced family law attorney Kathleen S. Davies will review the facts of your case and put you in the best position possible to receive ample time with a child or children.

Although the courts have an increased awareness of many fathers’ interest in maintaining half of the parenting responsibility, a significant number of dads do not have the access to their children that they deserve and desire. In many cases, it’s a simple matter of not protecting their own rights.

Whether you are seeking additional parental responsibility, visitation or if you are having child support issues, we will aggressively stand up for your rights in order to help provide you and your children with the best outcome possible.

There have been cases in which mothers have fabricated allegations of abuse in order to obtain full custody. Our Orlando fathers’ rights lawyer will work with you to dispute false allegations, assert your rights as a parent and create shared parental arrangements that are fair and workable. Call 407-540-1010 or email us to schedule a free consultation.