We are dedicated to fighting for a father's right to remain involved in his children's lives. We know how to prepare the evidence, advise the client and present the facts to win in court or negotiation.
Call or e-mail now to schedule an appointment for an office consultation with one of our attorney's about:
- Legal custody
- Joint custody
- Sole custody
- Visitation rights
- Child support
- Paternity, or
Fathers' Rights and Child Custody
Today, Georgia law encourages both parents to be involved in the life of their children.
Unfortunately, for decades mothers have held an inherent advantage in court in matters involving custody rights with children. We have all heard the joke about the elderly South Georgia judge who had just been questioned about his custody ruling in favor of a mother that stated, "Well, I have never seen a bull who could nurse a calf."
This gender bias must be eliminated for our legal system. The attorneys at Daniels & Taylor, P.C., fight every day to eradicate gender bias and to ensure that fathers are given equal consideration in custody disputes. Custody should always be based upon the best interest of the children, not gender bias.
We have helped many fathers obtain legal and physical custody of their children over the years. Attorney Tony A. Taylor, in fact, won sole custody of his young daughter back in the early 70s and he has fought for fathers' rights ever since that time.
WE CAN HELP YOU! Call or e-mail now to schedule an appointment for an office consultation with one of our attorney's about your child custody case.
Fathers' Rights and Visitation
If you are a father who cannot be satisfied with being a weekend dad, we can help! Visitation does not have to be every other weekend, from Friday at 6:00 pm, until Sunday at 6:00 pm. There are many opportunities for additional time with the children when a father does not have sole or even joint custody.
These include, but are not limited to;
- Pick up at school
- Return to school
- Attending school activities
- Attending extracurricular activities (perhaps even serving as a coach)
- Teacher workdays
- Snow days
- Additional weeks in the summer
- Spring and Fall breaks
- Mid-week visits
- First option as child care provider
Every case is unique. The attorneys at Daniels & Taylor, P.C., will evaluate your circumstances and fight for every opportunity to maximize your visitation rights with your children.
From our office in Lawrenceville, our lawyers represent clients in communities throughout Gwinnett County and Walton County, Georgia. Call us at 770.604.1380 or contact us by email to arrange a consultation with one of our experienced Lawrenceville fathers' rights attorneys today.