Helping Resolve Complex Paternity Suits
Under Georgia law, family courts are required to disregard gender when ruling in divorce, child custody and support cases. Unfortunately, there still may be biases in favor of mothers. Fair and equal treatment for fathers becomes even more complicated when a child is born out of wedlock.
In order for an unmarried father to gain equal rights to a child, paternity must be determined. Once established, issues regarding child custody, visitation and child support can be addressed. If you have questions on what your decision-making rights are, when you can see your child or whether you have to pay child support, contact a knowledgeable Marietta paternity rights lawyer.
As aggressive family rights attorneys, Marsh & Frost is committed to helping everyone retain equal access to and involvement in their children’s lives. We have helped countless parents achieve favorable outcomes in all types of complex family legal disputes, and bring decades of experience to help resolve paternity disputes. Whatever your personal goals are, we will assess your situation and guide you through the necessary steps to reach an optimal solution.
Skilled Representation For Paternity Disputes
The decisions you make when settling a paternity issue have permanent implications. It is important to seek counsel from a lawyer with the skills and dedication to tenaciously protect your interests and your children’s well-being. With extensive courtroom experience, we are a trusted resource for men throughout Atlanta whose rights are being threatened.
An attorney’s experience is even more critical in cases where a father who has not maintained an active role in his child’s life seeks custody or visitation rights. We know what professionals such as psychologists, counselors and guardians consider when recommending custody arrangements in family court. No matter how challenging the circumstances seem, we work to construct the best possible case to help you obtain an active role in your child’s life.
Contact An Experienced Paternal Rights Lawyer
Whether you are seeking increased visitation time or questioning your support obligations, contact an attorney who can set you on the best course of action. Send an email to our Marietta office or call 678-383-4953 or toll free at 866-920-4494 to schedule a free, half-hour consultation with a knowledgeable family law attorney.