Fathers' Rights Attorneys in Gwinnett County


At Daniels & Taylor, P.C., our Gwinnett County fathers rights lawyer 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 you, and present the facts to win in court or negotiation.

We protect fathers’ rights in Georgia family law cases involving:

Discuss your legal needs with our team by calling (770) 285-1673 and setting up a consultation with a fathers rights lawyer near you.

What Are Fathers’ Child Custody Rights?

For decades, mothers have had an inherent advantage in court in matters involving child custody rights. This gender bias must be eliminated in our legal system. Today, Georgia law encourages both parents to be involved in the life of their children, but some judges may still hold onto a bias that affects your parental rights.

Our Gwinnett County fathers’ rights 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. In Georgia, custody should always be based on 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 70's and he has fought for fathers' rights ever since.

What Are Fathers’ Visitation Rights?

If you are a father who is not 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
  • Drop-off at 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. Our fathers’ rights attorneys in Gwinnett County can evaluate your circumstances and fight for every opportunity to maximize your visitation rights with your children.

Contact Our Gwinnett County Fathers' Rights Lawyers

At Daniels & Taylor, we understand that fathers play a crucial role in their children's lives. We are committed to ensuring that fathers in Gwinnett County have the legal representation they need to protect their rights and maintain meaningful relationships with their children. Our experienced Georgia family law attorneys are dedicated to advocating for fathers' rights and providing compassionate support throughout the legal process.

From our office in Lawrenceville, our lawyers represent clients throughout the region. Call us at (770) 285-1673 to talk to our team about your case with one of the best fathers' rights lawyers near you.

Georgia Fathers Rights FAQ

Can fathers receive joint custody of their children?

Yes, fathers can seek joint custody arrangements where they share physical and legal custody of their children with the other parent. Joint custody allows both parents to participate in important decisions affecting the child's upbringing and ensures ongoing involvement in the child's life.

How can a father establish paternity in Georgia?

Establishing paternity is crucial for fathers who wish to assert their parental rights. In Georgia, paternity can be established voluntarily through a Paternity Acknowledgment Form signed by both parents, or through a court order. Legitimation is the legal process by which an unwed father can establish legal rights to his child.

What factors determine child support obligations for fathers?

Child support in Georgia is determined based on the income of both parents, the child's needs, and the amount of time each parent spends with the child. Our attorneys can help fathers understand their child support obligations and ensure that any support orders are fair and appropriate.

Can existing custody or support orders In Georgia be modified?

Yes, if there has been a significant change in circumstances, such as a parent's income or the child's needs, existing custody or support orders can be modified. Our firm can assist fathers in filing modification requests or defending against unwarranted modifications.

What should fathers do if the other parent violates a custody or support order?

If the other parent fails to comply with a custody or support order, fathers have legal options to enforce the order through the court. Our Gwinnett County fathers rights attorneys can initiate enforcement actions to ensure that court orders are upheld and that children receive the support and care they deserve.

How can I schedule a consultation with Daniels & Taylor?

To schedule a consultation with our experienced fathers' rights attorneys in Gwinnett County, you can call us  or contact us online through our website. We offer initial consultations to discuss your case, assess your options, and provide personalized legal advice tailored to your specific situation.

Why should I choose Daniels & Taylor for my fathers' rights case?

At Daniels & Taylor, we combine years of experience with a client-centered approach to family law. We understand the importance of fathers' rights and are committed to advocating zealously for our clients. Our firm has a proven track record of achieving favorable outcomes for fathers in Gwinnett County and throughout Georgia.

Contact us today to learn how we can help protect your rights as a father and advocate for your children's best interests.

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