Fathers Rights Lawyers, WI Father's Rights Attorneys, Dads Rights
Are you a father
being denied your father's rights?
Statistics say that in a divorce,
fathers most often lose significant time with their children and, at
least in the short term, they lose financially. There have been many
studies on why this apparent inequity exists within our legal system,
but, the fact is it does exist.
Now, more than ever, it's necessary to
learn valuable techniques that will help you gain more rights with your
children. That may include hiring a lawyer or attorney dedicated
to your issues.
We support parents, fathers and mothers, who have the best
interests of their children in mind, and who understand the importance
of participation by both parents in the children's lives. Using a
"team" approach, we will help to develop and execute creative and
winning strategies to child custody, visitation, support, and divorce
Children from fatherless homes account for:
63% of youth suicides.
(Source: US Dept. of Health & Human Services, Bureau of the Census).
71% of pregnant teenagers.
(Source: US Dept. of Health & Human Services)
90% of all homeless and runaway children.
70% of juveniles in state-operated institutions come from
(Source: U.S. Dept. of Justice, Special Report, Sept 1988)
85% of all children that exhibit behavioral disorders.
(Source: Center for Disease Control).
Class Action Lawsuits
Federal Class Action Law Suits have been filed in many states across
the United States seeking to invalidate the existing custody laws that
do not include a presumption for shared physical custody. Currently,
those lawsuits have drawn a great deal of attention from the National
and Local media. The basis of the lawsuit is to have the federal court
recognize parenting as a fundamental right of parents. Once it is
recognized as a fundamental right, a State must have a compelling
interest to regulate that right and must choose the least restrictive
alternative in doing so. Contact us with your questions.
What are Father's Rights Lawyers?
Father's Rights and Father's Rights lawyers stand for the proposition
that both parents, mothers and fathers, are equally equipped to share
parenting responsibilities and that this equality should be reflected in
the way laws are drafted AND in the way that they are enforced.
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