Winter Park Family Attorney
Protecting the Parental Rights of Fathers
State lawmakers have changed the way child custody and
visitation are resolved. Older ideologies that allowed mothers to have more rights
have been changed, and fathers now hold equal rights to mothers in matters
of custody and support. Shared parenting and
parenting plans are the concepts which form the basis of decisions in a
The best interests of the child are the guiding principle in court decisions
about child custody and support. Fathers may seek access to a child after
birth when the mother has not acknowledged paternity. Are you seeking
access to your child, and need to establish paternity? If so, we can assist
you with this process. Our firm,
Richard A. Heller, P.A., has over 20 years of experience, and has a BV® Distinguished™ from
Martindale-Hubbell®. We are well versed the processes involved in
child custody modification, as well as
Custody & Fathers' Rights in Florida
Regardless of whether or not you were married to the child's mother,
you have the right to share in the life of your child. Our Winter Park
fathers' rights lawyer is prepared to assist you to resolve any issue
related to parental rights, whether in establishing paternity, or gaining
custody of a child if this is your objective. If you are a father and
want to seek 50/50 parenting time with your child, we can help. With the
assistance of our firm, we can take action seek to get the court approve
or modify an existing parenting plan that allows you the access to your
children that you deserve under state law. Some of the questions or factors
upon which the court decision is based are:
- Do the mother and father of the child live in close proximity for a 50/50
plan to function?
- Would this be in the best interest of the child?
- Why is this in the best interest of the child?
- Do the mother and father have a positive relationship which would allow
a 50/50 visitation plan to function?
- How old is the child?
Searching for a lawyer for your family law case in Winter Park? The outcome
depends on the facts in the case, and the skill with which the case is
presented to the court. We are zealous advocates for father's rights,
and we are interested in assisting you to get this urgent matter resolved
as quickly as possible.
Contact our firm today for information about father's rights, paternity, parenting
plans and modifications of existing court orders - (407) 501-4052.
Notice: Due to COVID-19, we may schedule telephone and video consultations
and are available via Zoom, Facetime, Skype, and Messenger. Weekend initial
consultations are also available. Please don’t hesitate to call
us if you have any questions!