Fathers’ Rights

Aggressive Representation For Fathers’ Rights

Fathers facing family legal disputes often feel that they are fighting a losing battle. Gender biases in family court are a harsh reality, and the rights and privileges of husbands and fathers are often disregarded.

At the Law Office of Laura L. Davenport, I vigorously advocate the rights of men who are facing all types of family disputes, including divorce, paternity, custody battles and support settlements. With a straightforward, hard-hitting approach, I fight to ensure that fathers receive equal treatment both in and out of court and that their interests and assets are protected.

Take Action Before It’s Too Late

Dealing with sensitive family legal disputes in an appropriate manner can be a challenge. Rash decisions or failure to take the proper initial steps can negatively affect the outcome. Before you file for divorce, it is important to contact a knowledgeable lawyer who can explain your rights and options. At the Law Office of Laura L. Davenport, I guide men in southern Louisiana through the necessary steps to best meet their individual needs in the following areas:

The notion that children are best cared for by their mothers is an outdated stereotype. Your role as a father is just as important. As a fathers’ custody rights attorney, I stand up for dads whose custody and visitation rights are being threatened. All custody agreements should keep the children’s best interests at the forefront. I can help you preserve or reclaim your parental rights and protect the future of your relationship with your child.

I know that some family law cases involve difficult issues, such as allegations of substance abuse and domestic violence. I have experience handling such allegations on both sides. In addition, I am a Licensed Addiction Counselor in Louisianna and can help you navigate these issues if your case warrants.

Act Now; Call Today

Wives and mothers typically command the sympathy of family courts and are often willing to infringe upon their spouse’s rights for their own benefits. Don’t let this happen to you. I work to prevent fathers from bearing an unfair financial burden for both interim and final periodic spousal support.

For more information, call my Lafayette office at (337) 231-1397 or fill out the online contact form. Fees vary according to the complexity of the case.