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Helping Fathers With Child Custody Issues

Many people believe that the law will always side with the mother when it comes to matters involving child custody and visitation. While this may have been true in the past, the courts in Louisiana now recognize that a child benefits from having a relationship with both parents, when possible. In addition, if it is determined that it is not in the child’s best interest to grant the mother custody, custody may be awarded to the father. If you are a father who is facing a child custody issue, it is important to get a skilled lawyer on your side.

At Bertuccini Law Firm, our attorney can helps fathers assert their rights when it comes to issues involving their children. When you come to us, we will take the time to listen to you, help you identify your goals and explore your options for helping you achieve a successful resolution to your family law matter.

We Represent Fathers In All Custody-Related Matters

We help dads who are confronting child custody and visitation issues in a wide range of situations. We represent fathers who are going through a divorce, those who wish to determine paternity to establish their parental rights, fathers who are seeking a modification to an existing custody and parenting time order, and those with any other custody-related issues.

The court’s goal is to do whatever is in the best interests of the child. Fathers who are involved in their children’s lives, such as taking their kids to doctor appointments or attending parent/teacher conferences, often fare better than others when it comes to custody determinations. You can rely on us to assert your rights as a parent, all the while keeping the interests of your child in mind, as we work to resolve custody disputes in a way that everyone can live with.

Contact Us To Discuss Your Situation

If you are a father who is seeking custody or parenting time with your children, we are here to help. To schedule an initial consultation, call our law offices in Lafayette at 337-706-9608. You may also contact us online and we will return your message promptly.