Why fathers’ rights matter
When establishing child support, child custody, and visitation rights, New York courts are required to view both the mother and father equally. Because the traditional roles of the 20th century have shifted and now both men and women are working and providing for their families, fathers’ rights have evolved to protect biological fathers from losing significant time with their loved ones. New York statutes require the court’s final decision to be determined by the child’s best interests. Despite statutory provisions, mothers are still favored and fathers are left with little to no visitation or custody rights. It is in your best interest to enlist the assistance of our firm as soon as possible. We will walk with you every step of the way and vigorously work to obtain the child custody rights that you deserve.
At the Law Offices of Susan A. Kassel, P.C.:
- Your first consultation is provided free of charge
- You will be represented by an Avvo-rated attorney
- Representation of your case will be tailored to fit your personal needs and goals
Contact an experienced New York fathers’ rights attorney
When you choose to work with our firm, you can be confident that we will tirelessly pursue the preservation of your rights as a father. After you secure our representation, we will inform you of your rights and legal options and help you make an informed decision every time. We know that you are facing many questions and concerns about your future and the future of your children. Our legal professionals will address all of your concerns and answer each of your questions in order to help you obtain the peace of mind you deserve. Contact the Law Offices of Susan A. Kassel, P.C. to ensure that the legal system does not take advantage of your rights as a father. Whether you need legal advice or aggressive representation in the courtroom, we are here for you when you need us the most. We will fight to protect your family both in and out of court. Contact The Law Offices of Susan A. Kassel, P.C. for a consultation to discuss your legal matter further.