Fathers' Rights Attorney
Call 626-587-2677 for Expert Legal Advocacy
Family law can be challenging, and it can be messy. It can be even more
challenging if there is an underlying bias against you as a father when
you step into the courtroom. At the Morris Law Firm, we understand how
to help fathers successfully navigate divorce and family law matters,
including child support, child custody, spousal support, and more. Let
us take care of the legal details so that you can focus on your family
and your own emotional needs during this difficult time.
Why Choose Our Fathers' Rights Lawyer?
- 25+ Years of Family Law Experience
- Personalized Representation & Award-Winning Counsel
- Voted "Top Attorney" by Los Angeles Magazine
- Board Certified Specialist in Family Law
For more information about your case, please get in touch with our team
at 626-587-2677. Schedule your confidential consultation today!
Fathers' Rights in a California Divorce
In California, unlike many other states, the mother of your children does
not automatically get custody. The family courts look at a variety of
factors when it comes to determining custody and other parenting issues.
Some of these considerations include:
- Minimizing disruption to the children
- Holding both parents equally responsible for financial support
- Agreements reached by the parents regarding parenting arrangements
- Extenuating circumstances, such as domestic violence, drug problems, or
Courts are required to assume both parents are equally capable of raising
the children unless shown otherwise. Unfortunately, sometimes the mother
of your children will not be willing to share fairly. They may use your
kids as a way to get back at you or may accuse you of wrongdoing to limit
your access to children. If you suspect that custody issues will be contentious,
it is especially important to have a family law attorney on your side.
At the Morris Law Firm, we will fight for your parental rights. We will
work hard on your behalf while also focusing on making sure the family
stays healthy in the process.
Your family matters to us.
Contact us at 626-587-2677 to schedule a consultation today.
Handling Custodial Adjustments
In California, the court may update custodial arrangements over time. While
the first plan may have the mother with primary custody for very young
children, as they grow up you may seek to get an agreement for more shared
time. In addition, financial obligation is shared equally. If your partner
has not been working and has been home with children, they have a duty
to become self-supporting within a reasonable period. Both parents deserve
a healthy relationship with their children, even in the case of a divorce.
Let our skilled family lawyer help. We can assist you in protecting your
rights as a father.
Trusted Guidance for Every Family Law Issue
As a law firm, our priorities and objectives include
ensuring efficiency, helping clients set their priorities, and preparing
clients for the future. We work hard and go the extra mile to minimize the amount of time it
takes to conclude a family law case. With more than 25 years of experience
behind us, we also know how to help each client set goals in order to
orient his or her course toward the best possible outcome. Our desire
to proactively defend our clients’ interests extends past the duration
of their cases. We also work hard to help our clients know what to expect
and to develop skills necessary to minimize any future fallouts and costs.
Mr. Morris offers
a personal, caring approach to family law, due in part to his background as a Chaplain in the U.S. Air Force. His
experiences counseling and encouraging others as they work through difficult
circumstances enable him to provide legal counsel that is designed to
bring about the best possible outcome on behalf of his clients. With the
Morris Law Firm on your side, you can rest easy, knowing that your rights
will be fought for and that every detail will be taken care of by a skilled
fathers' rights attorney.
Contact us at 626-587-2677 today to request a confidential consultation.