Fighting for Fathers' Rights in Nassau County

Why a Nassau Fathers’ Rights Attorney Can Help

The Fathers’ Rights Association of New York State

Fathers should not face discrimination or unfair treatment in family court proceedings simply due to their gender. A Nassau fathers’ rights lawyer can help. At The Fathers’ Rights Association of New York State, we believe that fathers should receive equal treatment as mothers in family law matters, including divorce, legal separation, child custody and visitation, child support, maintenance, and spousal support.

In any legal matter, particularly one involving your children, you need a Nassau fathers’ rights attorney to assert your rights and position and therefore reach a conclusion to your legal matter which benefits both you and your child or children. In the majority of circumstances, shared parenting is actually in the best interests of the child, as both a relationship between mother and child and between father and child are crucial to the child’s wellbeing and overall happiness. A Nassau fathers’ rights attorney should understand this and thus work to assert his or her clients’ rights as fathers and prove this is in the best interests of the child in court proceedings.

Being a child’s legal father will result in a measure of responsibility for supporting the child and raising the child. However, it also should mean that a father has rights in regards to custody and visitation. Unfortunately, the New York family court system is such that representation by a Nassau fathers’ rights lawyer is necessary for a father to ensure that he is not given all the responsibility and none of the rights in regards to his children following a divorce. Experienced and aggressive legal representation can make a major difference in your life.

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