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Protecting Fathers' Rights in Custody Disputes

Texas law is neutral as to the rights of fathers and mothers in any family law dispute. However, it is common knowledge that fathers' rights regarding child custody and visitation are sometimes more difficult to enforce in court.

If you're concerned that your rights as a father will be difficult to enforce in court, turn to a Houston fathers' rights attorney who knows how to assert your interests effectively both in negotiations and contested hearings. Contact the Law Offices of Wendy Wood in Houston or Bryan.

Protecting Parental Rights in Katy, Conroe and Throughout Southeast Texas by Recognizing and Overcoming Bias Against Fathers

We have a thorough understanding of the situations where fathers are likely to be at a disadvantage in protecting their parental rights. We will use our ability to educate opponents and judges about your legal rights as a father to focus on the best interests of your children and the strengths and weaknesses of both parents.

Where fathers' rights are likely to be an issue, their interests will be represented by a female attorney. In this way, we can neutralize bias and create advantages in negotiation, mediation and contested hearings in court.

Wendy can help fathers protect their rights in a wide range of family law situations:

For additional information about our abilities in protecting parental rights in Katy, Conroe and Southeast Texas and advancing a father's rights and interests while working toward his broader goals for his family, contact a skilled family law lawyer at the Law Offices of Wendy Wood for a free consultation.

"I proudly and efficiently handle all types of family law issues. Please feel free to contact me to discuss your family law questions and how my firm may help you resolve them."
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