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Fathers Rights Advocates.
There are many fathers rights advocates and fathers rights groups out there, but very few are owned or operated by experienced, family law attorneys.  Most fathers rights groups are non-attorneys who represent themselves as family law and/or father's rights experts, but don't really have the expertise or experience of licensed child custody lawyers or child support attorneys.  When it comes to asserting a father's parental rights, getting help from true family law attorneys is vital to one' success in resolving his/her family law case. 

Custodial rights.
Custodial rights are determined by a court or by agreement of the parents of the child.  A parent can file for custody, which generally consists of a petition or complaint to establish custody.  In many jurisdictions, upon the filing of child custody papers, the court may refer the matter to mediation first to determine if the parents are agreeable on legal and physical custody of the child.  If an agreement or stipulation as to custody cannot be reached, the case will typically be set for a hearing before a family law judge to decide upon the custody of the children, including but not limited to sole custody, joint custody, parenting time or visitation.  The court will then issue an order stating who will be the custodial parent, and possibly several other issues.  Once a custody order has been issued, both parent are then in a better position to protect and enforce their custodial rights.  Also, well-defined court orders can eliminate a lot of issues regarding the custody and visitation of the child in the future.

Grandparents rights.
Grandparents rights exist in every state in the United States, but can differ from jurisdiction to jurisdiction.   Some states have statutes directly addressing grandparents rights, while other states have ruled that such statutes are unconstitutional.  For grandparents to be awarded custody or court-mandated visitation with their grandchildren depends on the laws set forth by the respective State legislatures.  However, because some courts have recently determined that state statutes providing visitation to grandparents are unconstitutional, sometimes the visitation has to be established as a "third-party" with visitation rights, or in conjunction with the visitation of the grandparent's child.  Therefore, Grandparents who are considering visitation rights should check the current status of state legislation in their respective states and contact attorneys who focus on family law, including grandparent rights.  Courts in every jurisdiction must consider the "best interests of the child" when granting custody or visitation rights to a grandparent. In some states, the applicable law provides a list of factors the court should consider when determining a child's best interests, including such things as the needs of the child, the capability of the parents or grandparents to meet the needs of the child and the strength and length of the relationship of the grandparent(s) and grandchild.

Family Court.
Family Court is a court designed to decide issues pertaining to such matters as child custody, child support, divorce, paternity, parental rights and non-custodial visitation or parenting time.  In some jurisdictions, they are referred to as Domestic Relations Court.  All family courts have specific rules that must be followed in order to be successful.  Regardless of whether a particular jurisdiction or court has standard forms or not, the proper legal documents must be filed with the court in order to get the matter before a judge.
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Custody and Support lawyers are here to help you at The Attorney Connection.  Owned and operated by experienced family law attorneys, we provide the most affordable professional legal help on the market!  Parental rights established through the courts is a must for parents.  Join the thousands of parents that have successfully won or defended their child custody and child support cases without having to spend thousands of dollars on attorney legal fees!

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Parental Rights

The custody, visitation and/or child support of your child is extremely important.  As such, you should trust it in the hands of experienced attorneys.  You get one bite at the apple, so you want to present your case in the best light.  Don't leave it up to non-lawyers who "think" they know what's best.  Go with experienced, licensed family law attorneys.

Fortunately, with the help of The Attorney Connection, asserting one's parental rights to child custody, visitation and child support is easier and more affordable than ever.  Now, parents can firmly establish their rights in court without the high cost of retaining an attorney, and still get the professional expertise and help from attorneys. 

Whether you are seeking full child custody, joint custody, changing child support or something else. . . we provide the family law help you need and deserve.  Get access to the family law courts at the most affordable rate in the legal industry.

What do I Get?

  • Your legal case and documents professionally prepared by an experienced family law attorney
  • High quality professional legal help at a low, flat fee
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  • Preparation for your case so that you have the best chance of success
  • A FREE court preparation consultation by telephone with an experienced family law attorney

Contact The Attorney Connection to discuss your child custody, child support, visitation, etc. case with us.  Whether you need to protect your fathers rights, enforce a child custody or child support order, or have other family law issues resolved, we have experienced attorneys to help you.  Family Courts are available to everyone, and with proper family law help from our family law lawyers, resolving a child custody, child support, paternity or other family law court case has never been easier and more affordable.

Child Support Guidelines

While  child custody and visitation law vary from state to state, the factors considered by the courts are very similar in principle, namely what is in the best interests of the child.  In California child custody cases, for example, the court has the power to make an order for the custody of a a minor "that seems necessary or proper." CA Family Code § 3022.  In doing so, the courts are guided by several basic statutory principles.  Some of these legal principles include, but are not limited to the following: Safety & Welfare:Of primary concern is the child's health, safety and welfare. Frequent and continuing contact:  
Also of great importance in determining child custody, the courts prefer frequent and continuing contact with both parents and shared parenting. 
CA Family Code § 3011, CA Family Code § 3020(b).