Assertively Protecting Parental Rights During Custody Disputes
Child custody disputes can quickly become heated and emotionally charged battles, costing valuable time and money in the pursuit of an amicable living arrangement. While the state of Oklahoma has gone on record as offering no bias toward mothers during child custody disputes, it is still often difficult for fathers to obtain full custody of children.
At Branch and Hurtt Law Firm, P.C., our attorneys and our staff strongly believe that a father's rights as a parent need to be upheld during child custody battles. With that in mind, we work diligently to ensure that the rights of fathers in Norman and throughout Cleveland County are maintained throughout the proceedings, including rights to:
- Access medical records
- Attend your children's events
- Access school records
- Shield your children from your ex's future lovers
Your rights as a father are undeniably important, don't let them be trampled upon during a complicated child custody hearing. Contact our office online or call 405-217-3791 or toll free 866-523-6965 to schedule a free consultation to discuss your custody dispute needs with an experienced lawyer today.
Ensuring Your Impact on Your Children's Lives
No parent wants to see their child raised by someone else At Branch and Hurtt Law Firm, P.C., we strive to help ensure your rights are upheld while working to assist in finding a living arrangement in the best interests of the children's future. Our help can assist in securing:
- Sole physical custody placing the child primarily with one parent
- Joint physical custody, an arrangement in which both parents share custody
- Physical custody as it relates to where the children reside
- Legal custody, including decision-making rights on schooling, medical care, activities, and general well-being
- Parenting plans and visitation arrangements
- Paternity as it relates to securing rights to child custody for fathers
You and your ex-spouse have a valuable opportunity to personally create a workable child custody arrangement — you know your child, so an arrangement agreed to by both parents is often best.
Should you be unable to reach an agreement through mediation, our staff will provide the assertive and dedicated court room representation you need to fight for your rights as a parent.
Contact our office to schedule your free consultation today.