It is common for fathers to experience a higher amount of distress than mothers when they are attempting to have their parental rights preserved in the event of a divorce. Many people have believed for years that the mother is the parent that children should be placed with when parents are separating. While this is what many believe, things have started to change and fathers are being seen as equal to mothers.
There are fathers out there who desire to maintain a relationship with their children. In order for this to happen, they may have to endure a custody battle with their former spouse to establish their parental rights and gain either sole-managing conservatorship or joint-managing conservatorship. Once they have been awarded some type of custody, they can continue their responsibility and fulfill their obligations as father to their children.
When fathers find themselves having to fight for custody of their children, they often enlist the help of an attorney. With an attorney by their side, fathers may be able to gain custody of their children and be a part of their lives. This is good for both the father and his children.
Fathers who have found themselves in the midst of a custody dispute can contact a fathers' rights attorney at the Law Office of Michael D. Tracton. They may be able to assist with this custody battle. Children deserve to have a relationship with both their mother and father, so it is important that fathers who want to maintain a relationship with their children make any effort they can to do so.