Establishing Paternity Can Protect Your Parental Rights
Most mothers and fathers will tell you that having two parents in a child’s life is better than just one. At Fried and Fried, P.A., we believe that when both parents can experience the joys, rights and responsibilities of raising a child, it is usually in the best interest of the child. The state of Florida also supports and enforces shared parenting when possible, making it preferable for one parent to include the other parent in the child’s life.
Parents seeking to establish parental rights can greatly benefit from the advice of a compassionate and knowledgeable family law attorney. If you require legal assistance, contact our Fort Myers law firm at 239-243-9287. The lawyers at Fried and Fried, P.A., are committed to providing you with personalized legal counsel for your unique situation.
Paternity Matters Can Be Complicated
Determining whether someone has fathered a child is a legal issue that greatly impacts the lives of everyone involved — most importantly the child. Establishing paternity is an emotionally charged issue, as well as an intensely personal one. At Fried and Fried, P.A., we have significant experience helping families through the complicated legal matters surrounding paternity, including:
- Establishing paternity
- Mother’s refusal to acknowledge paternity
- Securing child support
- Securing child custody and visitation for the father
Contact An Attorney For Help With Parental Rights Issues
If you are struggling to establish your parental rights or if you believe that your rights are at risk, an experienced attorney at Fried and Fried, P.A., can help. Contact us through our online form or call our law office at 239-243-9287 to schedule a consultation.