CT Fathers’ Rights
Danbury Lawyers Protecting the Fathers' Rights in a Divorce
In most divorces in the recent past, a mothers' rights to be the primary custodial parent for the children was the norm. However, times are changing and fathers have taken a more prominent role in the raising of their children. Courts today are being much more cognizant of the importance of a father's role in their children's lives and are more and more awarding joint custody or even primary custody to a father. A Danbury family lawyer can assist you in pursuing your fathers' rights in Connecticut when you are facing divorce. Both parents being involved in the raising of their children is vital to the health and happiness of all concerned.
If you are concerned with your rights as a father in Connecticut, contact Jowdy & Jowdy today to learn more about how we can help you.
How can a Father Get Full Custody in CT?
A court will order sole legal custody if it is deemed to be in the child's best interests. A case where sole custody might be a good fit is one in which abuse is an issue.
Does Adultery Affect Alimony in CT?
Adultery can be considered when a family judge makes decisions about alimony. It’s up to the judge to decide whether and how it should be considered.
There are now several factors that the judge uses such as:
- Marriage length
- Divorce cause
- Age, health, station, occupation, amount and sources of income, earning capacity, vocational skills, education, employability, estate, and needs of each of the spouses
Attorney for Fathers' Rights in Danbury
When you are seeking to have an active role in your children's lives after a divorce, the Law Office of Jowdy & Jowdy can assist you in pursuing those rights. By presenting a strong case to a family court showing the importance of your presence in your child's life, their office will work to obtain the custodial rights you are attempting to achieve. Whether you wish to have sole custody, joint custody or are simply working to have a fair visitation schedule, the caring attorneys at their firm will work closely with you to attain your goal.
There is no reason why a divorce that is ending your marriage should end the relationship you have with your children. Your children need their father as much as they need their mother and many courts are now becoming more and more aware of this. By working together, both you and your children can have a future together as a family. Contact the office today to find out how they can help you.
To get the information you need regarding your parental rights as a father, contact our Danbury fathers' rights attorney today.
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