In New Jersey, the law is designed to remain gender neutral. Both parents are assumed to have equal rights with their children under normal divorce circumstances. If you are a father who believes that your rights have been compromised during divorce, speak with an East Brunswick family law attorney from my firm.
At the Law Offices of Ryan E. Gilbert, LLC, I can help you learn about all of your legal options and fight for your rights as a father. As you navigate the divorce process, you may face issues regarding child custody, child support and visitation. Even after the divorce is concluded, you may have valid concerns regarding parental alienation.
In any case, I can discuss your best options with you, so call my firm at (866) 760-6430 today!
Fathers in the state of New Jersey have the right to visit their children in accordance with the state's legal code. In many circumstances, it is seen as the best interest of the child to maintain relationships with both parents.
Our firm helps fathers' assert the following rights:
A father also has equal rights as the child's mother to retain legal and / or physical custody. Courts are required to determine custody based on many factors, such as the prior relationship that each parent had with the child or children.
At the Law Offices of Ryan E. Gilbert, LLC, I hold fast to my commitment to provide honest evaluations to each client. My goal is to guide each individual through their case and prepare them for what to expect. My clients receive realistic and practical representation rather than false hope. If you are facing charges for domestic violence or another issue as a father, take action to protect your rights and freedom.
Contact my firm at (866) 760-6430 when you need seasoned counsel from an East Brunswick fathers' rights lawyer.