Father's Rights

Do Fathers Have the Same Rights as Mothers?

Father’s rights can be involved in almost any family case where children are concerned, just like mother’s rights.  People used to assume that mothers automatically received custody of the children, but that is certainly no longer the case.  Each parent, whether a mother, or a father, has equal rights to their children. The Superior Courts have evolved far beyond the days of awarding custody solely to mothers and leaving fathers with only every other weekend.

In some cases, a mother may not allow a father to sign a birth certificate. If that is the case, paternity must be established before a father who is not married to the mother of the child may file a custody petition in the court.

 

 

Why Should I Hire Wolf & Shore Law Group to Handle My Case Involving Father’s Rights?

Have you ever argued with a woman? That’s our slogan for a reason. We are on your side, and we advocate for you zealously.  We handle all matrimonial and family matters in the Superior Court, and represent both men and women. We are not only experienced in custody matters, but also paternity matters if a client needs to help establish paternity first. While we fight for you, we also make recommendations in the best interest of your children. Learn more about our CT Law Group and how we can help and get started on the process now by contacting us at (203) 745-3151 or info@wolfandshorelaw.com for a confidential consultation.