Protecting The Rights Of Fathers
A father’s active role in his child’s life is equally as important as a mother’s. While Georgia family courts’ biases in favor of mothers are declining, it is important to take the proper actions to safeguard your rights as a father. We are family law attorneys who bring extensive experience when advocating for equal treatment of fathers in Marietta and throughout the Atlanta metro area. We understand the delicate approach necessary to achieve our clients’ goals while working in best interests of their children.
We Protect Father-Child Relationships
Dissolving a marriage reaches a whole new level of complexity when children are involved. An experienced lawyer can make a significant difference in preserving your relationship with your child.
Whether you are concerned about preserving your visitation rights or have questions on establishing paternity and legitimizing your rights through the courts, we can guide you through the necessary steps to achieve your goals. Our mission is to help clients maintain control over life-changing personal matters and keep their family’s fate out of the hands of a judge. When negotiation is not an option, we have exceptional litigation skills to advocate on your behalf in court.
Distance Or Money Do Not Affect Your Rights As A Father
Whether you live around the block from your child, or across the country, you have the right to take an active role in raising your child. If you need to modify your original parenting plan or custody decree, we are ready to help you stand up for your relationship with your child.
As a guardian ad litem, we advocate on behalf of children and make recommendations to the court on proper parenting plans and child custody arrangements. This experience gives us a unique insight into presenting the best case to achieve maximum rights on behalf of the father.
Call For A Free Half-Hour Consultation
Call Marsh & Frost, in Marietta, at 678-383-4953 or toll free at 866-920-4494. You can also use the convenient email form to explain your circumstances with your child or children. We will set up a time to discuss your case as soon as possible.