Fathers’ Rights Lawyer for a Tampa Divorce
Caring Guidance from a Boutique Law Firm: Call (813) 867-7936
Since 1979, Attorney Real has been fighting for the rights of clients who
are navigating the complexities of divorce. By putting your trust in her
firm, you will have a team behind you that is committed to pursuing the
best interest of your child and protecting your rights. She cares about
the matter at hand and will even give her clients her personal phone number.
That is the benefit of working with a boutique law firm.
Other reasons you should choose Catherine Real include:
- Been practicing law since 1979
- Strong reputation in the legal community
- Positive testimonials from past clients
- Trial-tested lawyer & Certified Family Law Mediator
Fighting to Protect Your Parental Rights
For many years, it was assumed by the courts and the public at large that
minor children were best left to live with and to be raised by their mother.
But over time, the courts have realized that the involvement of both parents
is critically important in the healthy upbringing of young children. Because
of the duty to foster the relationship between the children, the mother
and father are now included in the marriage settlement agreements and
court orders of
"best interest of the child" standard now permeates the law in regard to custody arrangements. The
courts, psychologists, and family counselors agree that a solid foundation
for a child's familial upbringing should be grounded in having a relationship
with both parents where possible.
Our attorney works closely with fathers to prove that they are able to
properly provide for their children by providing:
- A safe and stable home environment
- Supportive relationship with the child's needs as the highest priority
- Dependable financial wellbeing
- A positive influence for the child's development
At the Tampa divorce offices of Catherine W. Real, P.A., Attorney Real
is fully aware of the difficulty fathers encounter when trying to stay
connected to and involved in the lives of their children.
Equal Time Sharing Laws in Florida
The governor of the state of Florida signed a bill that changed the nature
of alimony and time sharing. It now requires that fathers should be assumed
to have the right to equal time sharing of their minor children. Every
case, however, will still be under scrutiny of the judge and may bear
a different outcome based on circumstances.
Work with an Experienced Divorce Lawyer - Call (813) 867-7936
The courts are still adapting to the changing landscape of the fathers'
rights based approach and it often requires a well-trained, experienced,
and competent divorce attorney in Tampa to ensure that the courts honor
fathers' rights at the earliest level of the proceedings. Catherine
is a knowledgeable attorney who has experience protecting father's
rights as they are challenged during a divorce.
Catherine Real: An Advocate for Men's Rights
She believes that a father has an equal right to custody and true involvement
with his children's lives. If you believe you are being unfairly denied
time with your children,
contact her offices today and request an appointment with her to discuss your case in detail and
begin the process of having your rights as a father restored. Help is
just a phone call away, so you should not hesitate to act now.
Contact her firm today for the commanding presence and voice you need to fight your case!