Jacksonville Father’s Rights Attorney
Jacksonville Father’s Rights Law Firm Serving, Duval, Clay, Nassau, St. Johns, Flagler and Baker Counties
Up until the not too recent past, family law courts seemed to hold a distinct bias in favor of the mother and against the father. More often than not, family law judges appeared to unfairly favor the mother over the father. The court system seemed to possess an unfounded bias against men that was built into the system. The result was often an emotionally devastating result that prevented fathers form exercising the rights to parent their children as they are legally and morally entitled to do.
Thankfully, the Florida Legislature and the courts have come a long way in recognizing just how important a role that a father plays in the lives and development of their children. Today, a father enjoys a level playing field with the mother when it comes to custody, support and parental responsibility.
It is without question that the time children spend with their father is a necessary component of their development and overall wellbeing. This is why the attorney and staff at Daniel M. Copeland, Attorney at Law, P.A. work diligently to have the court allow the father as much time with his children as possible. Unfortunately, many mothers will use the children as pawns against the father just out of spite. We will do everything in our power to keep this from happening to you.
If you are involved in a legal battle with the mother of your children in any issue, particularly
- Child support;
- Spousal support;
- Child custody;
- Or other various family law matters,
Contact Daniel M. Copeland, Attorney at Law, P.A. to get the assistance you need and results you deserve.
Please note, all information contained herein is provided for general informational purposes only. The information herein is not intended as legal advice and should not be relied upon as such. Different factual scenarios may yield different results. In addition, several other factors must be considered in each individual case, and those factors can only be ascertained by speaking directly with an attorney.