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For a very long time, fathers have not enjoyed equal rights with mothers
when it came to the
custody of their children after a
divorce. It was traditionally assumed that that the best interests of the child
were better served by the mother, nature's caregiver. But, as women
became increasingly involved in the workforce, men became more involved
in raising the children. As a result, fathers not only began seeking custody
of their children but have become more successful at obtaining that result.
If you are a father considering or undergoing a divorce or separation agreement
in Suffolk, Queens, or Nassau County, a family law attorney at our firm
can help. We are committed to protecting the rights of fathers who are
dealing with any
family law matter.
To Find Out More About How Our Long Island Divorce Firm Can Assist You,
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Nassau County Fathers' Rights Attorney
New York is one of only seven states that do not award joint custody to
both parents. The only way to enjoy joint custody is for both parents
to agree to it. The courts simply determine which parent better suits
the "best interest of the child" and then award full custody
to that one. If you are a father seeking custody of your child, you must
be prepared to overcome a persistent predilection that the mother is the
better choice for custody and you will need a skilled, experienced lawyer
to make sure that you make the strongest case possible to win custody.
The Virdone Law Firm, P.C. has represented many fathers throughout Nassau
County and the surrounding areas seeking custody and proper
visitation and we are more than ready to negotiate or fight for the rights of the
father. We are committed to equality under the laws and we fully believe
that there are many circumstances where the father is the better provider
of what is in the best interest of the child. In the event that the father
is not awarded sole custody, we do all that is possible to ensure that
the he is awarded proper visitation rights that allow him to be the actively
participating parent he wants to be.
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