Fathers’ Rights in Texas
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At times, men are at a disadvantage during divorce and other family law matters because of traditional parenting roles – in regards to child custody, support, or alimony, fathers are likely pay more or be on the receiving end of an unfair custody order. For fathers seeking equal rights in a divorce, look no further than our Houston family law firm to help you.
At the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC, we recognize the critical importance of establishing and safeguarding your rights as a father. Attorney Fagan is a distinguished member of the College of the State Bar of Texas, an honor bestowed on only 10% of practicing attorneys in the state. With our team by your side, you can be confident that your case is handled by a firm dedicated to prioritizing the interests of each client.
We’re ready to hear from you. Call the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC at (713) 564-7029 to learn how we can help.
Proudly Advocating on Your Behalf
A father’s role is pivotal in the mental and emotional development of a child. While courts should not exhibit gender bias, having strong legal representation is crucial to ensuring your rights are upheld throughout your legal proceedings.
Under Texas law, the rights and duties of a father include, but are not limited to:
- Physical possession
- Duty of care, protection, and reasonable discipline of the child
- Duty to support the child
- The right to make decisions regarding the child’s education
- Establishing paternity upon the birth of a child in Texas
- Fathers’ Rights: Children Born Out of Wedlock in Texas?
- What rights does a father have in Texas?
Contact Attorney Bryan Fagan Today
Family law issues demand a sensitive and skilled approach, which our Montgomery County lawyer is equipped to provide. We are committed to offering each client compassion, honesty, and respect. Our firm stands ready to support and advocate for your rights as a father, both in and outside of court.
Schedule a free consultation today to discuss the details of your case.
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