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Father's Custody Lawyer

If you are interested in a law firm that specializes in father's rights, you only need to find a lawyer committed to represent your cause. Fathers enjoy the same legal rights as mothers in the commonwealth of Kentucky. This is regardless of whether the parties are married or unwed at the time the child is born. Note: this is not the same in the state of Ohio. Father's generally enjoy the same rights to custody and parenting time as the mother; when it is possible.  Many fathers feel like their rights are inferior because they pay child support or do not see the children half of the time.  Often, this is due to a work schedule in stead of a court preference for mother.  Other times, the father consents to a parenting schedule which is less than he may otherwise enjoy. One such reason for this is the presumption that fathers historically enjoy visitation and not joint legal custody.  Also, fathers historically pay child support.  Many also have the mistaken belief that if they get joint custody that they will not have to pay any support for the children.  Joint custody is the legal right to make decisions for the child(ren). Parenting time is another consideration.  Even in equal parenting situations, child support is still regularly exchanged if the parties do not have the same earning ability (income). If you wish to know more about your rights or if you need to retain an attorney for custody or divorce, call michael Bouldin at 859-581-6453 or email at [email protected]  [caption id="attachment_31" align="alignnone" width="300"] MWB and boys[/caption]

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