For decades, the presumption in divorce custody cases was that the mother was better equipped to care for a child. As a result, many custody cases ended with a mother being awarded primary physical custody. But those days are long gone, as Florida law has caught up with our evolving society and now favors a shared parenting plan model where both parents spend time with their child and are involved in important decisions.
At the Law Office of Frank P. Remsen, P.A., we work closely with fathers in Central Florida, helping them take legal action to enforce their parental rights. We provide fathers with our focused attention and high-quality legal representation. For a free initial consultation, call us today at 407-898-8822 or at 352-243-1247.
Fathers Are No Longer Secondary Parents
The previous way parenting time cases were handled in Florida left many fathers feeling like “secondary parents” after not being granted primary physical custody or being left out of important decisions involving their children. We understand how important it is for fathers to be involved in the lives of their children, and we work with fathers to protect their parental rights in cases involving:
- Parental responsibilities
- Child support
Fathers have equal rights to all parenting decisions, including decisions regarding schooling, medical care, and other activities. If someone is attempting to curtail those rights, we are prepared to fight aggressively on your behalf.
Tavares Fathers’ Rights Attorneys Protecting Rights for Fathers
To learn more about how we can help you protect your rights, contact us today for a free consultation with an experienced lawyer.