MA and NH Parental Rights Lawyer
When it comes to parental rights and the law, there is a difference between married and unmarried parents. Regardless of marital status, however, parents still have rights regarding child support, child custody and visitation. Fathers may have to establish their rights through paternity actions in order to assert their parental rights. After that step, fathers may be able to establish child custody plans that fit their needs and the needs of their children.
At the Law Office of David Newton personalized, dedicated and individualized representation is provided in New Hampshire and Massachusetts. If you and your ex-partner are having disputes regarding your children, or you would like to assert your rights through paternity. Contact a parental rights attorney online or call to schedule a complimentary consultation to discuss your specific needs. My practice is focused on helping families during their time of need.
Experienced New Hampshire and Massachusetts Attorney for Paternity Cases
No matter if parents are married or not, the rights and interests of children still come first in all child custody and child support matters. A child should be entitled to financial support from both parties and should be able to have relationships with their parents. Before these arrangements can be made, paternity must be established before other factors are taken into account.
If you need to establish paternity in order to assert custody rights or to recover support, I can guide you through the process.