Allocation of Parental Rights
Client was told he was the father of a child. We worked to get a paternity
test completed, start parenting time and negotiate a parenting plan where
father now has 50% time with his son and joint decision making. Client
relishes parenting time and appreciates that he really gets to parent
and isn’t a weekend dad.
Client has significant alcohol dependency issues. We were able to take
a high conflict separation, and negotiate scheduling where dad could still
be an active effective father, while ensuring mother’s safety concerns
were met, which stopped her from trying to block parenting time.
Divorce where father was not addressing his alcohol issues, we represented
mother and procured orders protecting her from his drunken calls and appearances
and set in place requirements for treatment and therapy prior to parenting
time resuming. We also ensured that fathers’ financial obligations
would be met.
Grandparents who were raising their grandchildren were able to adopt despite
birth mother’s objection.
We won an order allowing mother to move out of state with the minor child
despite father’s near constant barrage of objections and motions.
Successfully defended against mother’s claim that father hadn’t
paid child support for over 10 years.
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