Fathers' Rights Lawyers in Clarksville
Protecting Your Rights & Fighting for Your Best Interests
Fathers have rights. As a father, you have a right to be involved in your child's life, to share in time and responsibility for your child, and to be kept informed of your child's welfare. If you are facing a family law issue, it is important to have an attorney who understands and respects your perspective as a father. We at Grimes, Sensing & Clemons PLLC have spent decades helping families navigate the complex legal issues that arise during divorce and other family law matters. We are committed to helping you protect your rights and fight for your best interests.
Call us at (931) 398-5308 or contact us online to schedule a consultation with a Clarksville father's rights lawyer. We serve families throughout the greater Clarksville area, including the communities of Montgomery County and beyond.
Fathers Have Important Rights in Family Law
When a couple is divorcing, the court must make decisions about child custody and parenting time, financial responsibility, and other matters. These decisions affect every aspect of the family's life. As a father, you want to be involved in these decisions. The court also wants you to be involved.
The court will consider your relationship with your children, your relationship with your spouse or partner, and many other factors when deciding custody and parenting time. The court will also consider your financial circumstances when deciding financial responsibility. If you are facing divorce or another family law issue, it is important to have an attorney who understands and respects your perspective as a father.
Fathers' Rights in Tennessee
Fathers have certain rights in family law matters. These include:
- The right to seek custody or visitation
- The right to be involved in decisions about your child's welfare
- The right to be informed of important matters affecting your child
When deciding custody, the court will take into consideration the best interests of the child. This means that the court will consider the child's relationship with both parents and the child's relationship with the mother. It is important to have an attorney who will help you understand and assert your rights.
Contact Our Clarksville Fathers' Rights Law Firm
If you are facing a family law issue, we can help. With 40 years of combined legal experience, we are here to help families with all types of family law matters. We understand the stress that family law issues can cause, and we work hard to help you resolve your case in a way that is in the best interests of your family.
Call us at (931) 398-5308 or contact us online to schedule a consultation with a Clarksville fathers' rights lawyer!