Protecting Fathers’ Rights
Fathers play a crucial role in the lives of their children and children depend upon their fathers to guide them through life. The law has changed and Florida law no longer gives preference to mothers when it comes to custody and timesharing. Child custody and timesharing are based upon the best interest of the children and a father can be the superior caregiver of the children.
Do Not Concede or Give Up
A father has the same rights as a mother to care for and parent the children. In determining who is the primary caregiver the court looks to the best interest of the children and the history of each parent’s involvement in the lives of their children. Fathers often play the role of primary caregiver.
Talk with us about exercising your Father’s Rights during a Divorce and all other areas of marital and family law. At the Law Office of James T. Keenan, we understand your individual situation and needs. We are experienced and promise to handle your family law case professionally and aggressively. We get results. Call 904-359-9060 to discuss your situation or schedule an initial consultation.