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Fathers Rights Law
Fathers Rights Law in Sacramento, CA
Fathers’ Rights Protection
If you are a father who is facing restricted access to his children, call Equal Justice Law Group to defend your rights. We know that time with your children is valuable, and all children benefit from having an active father in their lives. While in a majority of cases the mother wins primary custody, you still have rights; as your fathers’ rights defense attorneys in Sacramento, CA, we fight to see you get the time with your children that you deserve.
Part of asserting your paternal rights requires that we establish for the court that you are a capable and caring parent. We’ll help you demonstrate to the court that, as a parent, you dependably offer:
- Ability to Provide Financial Support
- Ability to Provide Access to Health Care
- Safety and Stability of the Home
- Overall Positive Influence on the Child
- Active Involvement with School and Child’s Friendships
Do You Need an Attorney to Defend Your Fathers’ Rights?
Family law is a complicated, emotionally charged field. You need aggressive legal representation to protect your interests in these sensitive cases. Talk to us to discuss divorce, separation, custody, visitation, support obligations, and any other family law concerns you may have. Our experienced attorneys work diligently to protect what matters most to you.
Contact us to defend your rights as a father. We represent clients in Sacramento, CA.
We have additional offices in Placerville & Jackson, CA
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