Top Rated Father's Rights Lawyers in Wahoo, NE
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Father's Rights Law
Gone are the days when women are, by default, awarded full custody of children after a divorce.
Social and familial mores have changed, and the courts are attempting to keep pace.
If you’re a father seeking advice or representation during divorce or custody proceedings, if you need more time off of work to raise your child, or have reason to renegotiate custodial terms, you’ll find help with Super Lawyers.
Super Lawyers offers a free, comprehensive directory of accredited father’s rights attorneys who are recognized by their peers and professional achievements.
Father’s rights attorneys have expertise in all aspects of family law, are adept at protecting a father’s rights under local, state and federal laws, negotiating shared custody agreements, countering false abuse accusations, and helping fathers to have a continued presence in the lives of their children.
Use Super Lawyers to find a local father’s rights attorney today.
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