Fathers' Rights Archives

Establish paternity to guarantee your parental rights

Fathers have many rights when it comes to their children. Fathers need to make sure they establish those rights, though. While a mother can be assumed upon a child's birth, the same isn't true about a father. As such, the best thing for a father to do is to make sure he seeks a paternity test or agrees to a voluntary acknowledgment of paternity.

Is there still a bias in custody cases?

As a father, the last thing you want to find out is that you're going to have limited time with your child because of your gender. In court, there is not supposed to be a bias against fathers. Instead, a judge is intended to look at the child custody case and to make sure that the child gets time with both parents (when it is safe to have this arrangement).

Parental alienation syndrome, yes it is a thing

Are you a Dad who struggles to get time with your children because of your ex? This is a sad reality for many fathers in the state of New York. Parental alienation syndrome is a thing, and if you think your child may be suffering with it or fear he or she may, you can do something about it.

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