Helping Phoenix Fathers Assert Their Rights, Establish Paternity And Gain Access To Their Children
If you need an attorney in your corner regarding your rights as a father, Rebecca L. Owen can help. At the law office of Rebecca L. Owen, PLLC, we have been helping fathers in Arizona resolve a range of family law issues such as paternity, child custody and support payment concerns since 1997.
Fathers’ rights need to be upheld, especially in important issues such as child support or child custody dispute. Contact our law firm for an initial consultation. We will take the time to listen to your concerns and answer any questions you may have.
Paternity Representation In The Phoenix Area
At the law office of Rebecca L. Owen, PLLC, you will have a knowledgeable lawyer with more than 23 years of family law experience aggressively fighting to protect your interests. Whether you need to challenge a paternity test or establish that you are the father of a child, we can help.
Simply signing a birth certificate or an acknowledgment at the hospital does not create parental rights for a father. If a child is born outside of wedlock, paternity must be established. In Arizona, the husband of the mother is presumed to be the father of a child she has.
Helping Arizona Fathers With Adoption Issues
A father’s consent is not required for a child to be put up for adoption in Arizona if the father was not married to the mother at the time of birth and paternity has not yet been established. It is important to have an attorney by your side in order protect your parental rights and the best interest of your children all while keeping your best interests in mind as well.
We can represent you in all your family law concerns, including child custody and child support payments. Men’s divorce is a serious concern and it is important to have an experienced family law lawyer to answer your questions and fight for you in the courtroom.
Contact A Lawyer From Our Firm
If you have questions on any fathers’ rights issues, including child support or child custody problems, we encourage you to contact our Phoenix law office. Initial consultations with our lead attorney, Rebecca L. Owen, are available. Discuss your case with a trustworthy attorney and get the answers and guidance you need.