Massachusetts Fathers' Rights Attorney
Standing Up for the Rights of Fathers in Massachusetts
There was a time when the rights of fathers were considered secondary to those of mothers. Thankfully, Massachusetts family courts have changed their thinking and recognized the importance of children having both parents in their lives—provided that is consistent with the child’s best interests. However, fathers still deserve unique representation in the arena of family law to protect their rights. Miller Law Group, P.C. is here to ensure they get to play an active role in the lives of their children.
Enforcing Your Rights as a Father
If you are unsure of how to proceed regarding a custody, paternity, or parenting plan issue, we encourage you to contact our Massachusetts fathers' rights attorneys today. Our firm places a major emphasis on knowing the nearly 50 different Massachusetts Family Court judges. We know how they tend to think and handle cases.
By choosing Miller Law Group, you put an advocate in your corner best suited to represent you before your particular family court judge—putting you in the best position to maintain your rights as a father.
Tips for Divorcing Fathers
If you are facing an impending divorce, here are some tips that might help in your case:
- Demonstrate an interest in the day-to-day lives of your children.
- Be involved in major decisions regarding your child.
- Don’t move out of the marital home or away from your children.
- Avoid dating during this time.
- Avoid speaking negatively about your spouse, especially in front of your children.
Massachusetts Fathers' Right Lawyers Helping You Overcome Challenges
In disputed cases, you may have to push the envelope. Whenever possible, we attempt to settle issues out of court. However, if a dispute is inevitable, the gloves come off. We know you want to protect your rights as a father, and we don’t like to lose. In contested cases, we like to file first to put you in the driver’s seat and control, to a certain extent, the order in which the judge considers the issues.