Category Archives: Fathers Rights
Why Should Fathers Pursue Paternity Actions?
Many Seminole County single fathers file paternity actions because of the future benefits. For example, under Florida law, legal parents are usually the only people who can become a child’s residential custodian. So, if such a move is on your radar, a paternity action is a necessary first step. Other fathers file paternity actions… Read More »
Selecting the Right Fathers’ Rights Attorney in Orange County
Many of today’s family law judges began their careers in the 1980s or 1990s. Back then, the tender years doctrine still dominated Florida family law, at least as a practical matter. This informal rule stated that mothers should always have superior custody rights to men. Fathers, according to the tender years doctrine, did not… Read More »