Father’s Rights – Harris County

Fathers’ Rights in Texas

Seek Guidance from a Reputable Harris County Attorney

In divorce and family law matters, fathers can sometimes face disadvantages due to traditional parenting roles, particularly in aspects like child custody, support, or alimony. Fathers in Harris County seeking equal rights in a divorce can find dedicated support at our family law firm.

At the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC, we understand the significance of establishing and defending a father’s rights. Attorney Fagan, a distinguished member of the College of the State Bar of Texas—a recognition earned by only 10% of attorneys in Texas—ensures that each client’s interests are a top priority.

Contact the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC at (281) 810-9760 to discover how we can assist you.

Committed to Advocating for Fathers

A father’s role is vital in the mental and emotional development of a child. Despite courts striving for impartiality, ensuring robust representation is key to protecting your rights in any legal proceeding.

Texas law outlines fathers’ rights and duties, including but not limited to:

Contact Attorney Bryan Fagan for Expert Assistance

Family law matters require a sensitive and skilled approach, qualities embodied by our Harris County lawyer. We provide every client with compassion, honesty, and respect, advocating for your rights as a father both in and outside the courtroom.

Schedule a free consultation today to discuss the details of your case.

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