Father's Rights

Father's Rights

A Legal Guide to Protecting the Best Interests of your Children

Book - 2004
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Gross, a family law attorney, assists fathers fighting for custody of their children. Using sample court cases, he provides legal information on working within the legal system, from the initial stages of litigation through the judge's decision, and explains laws regarding child support enforcement, parental kidnapping, domestic violence, and other regulations designed to protect children. Appendices provide 100 pages of sample documents and regulations, plus a list of resources and child support enforcement agencies. Annotation ©2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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Under the laws of this country, both parents have joint custody of their children unless a court orders otherwise. Whether you are divorcing or separating from the mother of your children, you need to know your rights as a parent-or face losing them.

Fathers' Rights takes a constructive and easy-to-understand approach to working within the legal system. This book walks you through the stages of litigation, from filing your pleadings, to presenting your case, to the judge's decision. In addition, it explains laws regarding child support enforcement, parental kidnapping, and other regulations designed to protect your children.

Fathers' Rights answers many of the emotionally charged questions you may be asking yourself right now. Questions like:

- What can I do if my wife has falsely claimed that I abuse my children?
- Can I still see my children if my wife tells me to move out?
- Do I still owe child support if I am not the biological father?
- Will I only be allowed to see my children on weekends?

Fathers' Rights is your guide to maintaining an important role in the lives of your children without putting them in the middle of a courtroom battle.

Publisher: Naperville, Ill. : Sphinx Publishing, c2004
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9781572483750
157248375X
Characteristics: xiii, 288 p. ; 23 cm

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