Visitation Rights For Fathers
At Gibbs Nolte & Rose, PLLC, we have years of experience protecting visitation rights for fathers. Many of our clients in this area are unmarried men who are very unsure of their rights and responsibilities when it comes to parentage proceedings in Texas. They often turn to us looking for advice on how to make sure they have access to their children after paternity has been determined and child support obligations have been established.
While advanced DNA testing makes paternity one of the least complicated parts of a parentage case, there are several other components of these cases that are extremely complex. If you do not have a full understanding of your rights, you may find it very hard – if not impossible – to recover those rights at a later date.
Child Support Lawyers For Fathers
It is critically important you get the help of an experienced attorney to make sure your interests are protected. Our child support lawyers for fathers have a deep knowledge of the procedures that must be followed in parentage cases, as well as a complete understanding of all the questions that must be asked. And we can put that knowledge to work for you.
For example, we can help make sure you fully understand all conservatorship issues that arise after a relationship between unmarried parents ends and make sure you know your rights as a nonbiological father. We can help with any child support modification or enforcement issues, as well as advise you regarding parental relocation proposals. In addition, we can clearly inform and advise you regarding any issues relating to the termination of the parental rights of the biological father.
Contact Our Fathers’ Rights Lawyers
At Gibbs Nolte & Rose, PLLC, our child support lawyers for fathers can help you present your case in the most efficient manner possible to show the strength of your commitment to your child. If you would like to schedule a confidential consultation, please contact us online or call 972-600-2761.