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How fathers can win child custody in courts

History has shown that when it comes to child custody battles, the courts have often sided with mothers. This is often attributed to mother's often taking more of a role as the caretaker for their children. The old-school family philosophy traditionally had the mother staying home to raise the children and take care of the home, while the father was considered the "breadwinner" who provides for the family.

Society has changed over the last half century however, and women have begun to play a far more important and regular role in the workplace, often shifting previous "traditional" roles between mother and father. What does this mean during child custody during divorce? It could mean all the difference in the world.

Although not always easy to prove, many courts throughout the United States are acknowledging these changing roles and are awarding the father child custody. As we have stressed many times before, the primary focus by the courts is to assure that the best interests of the children are met. This means that the courts will determine who is considered more of the caretaker and will weigh that role heavy in the decision-making process. Having strong representation at your side can make a difference.

We have been helping clients through for over 9 years throughout Dallas, Texas, and the greater Dallas area for over nine years. We are conveniently located just off Interstate 75 in Dallas. We understand the importance of achieving your goals in court and will fight hard to protect your rights and achieve your goals. But don't take it from us, our success speaks itself, evident by recognition by Thomson Reuters's recognition of our firm as a Texas Super Lawyer, three years in a row in 2013, 2014 and 2015. Whether it is child custody, child support, prenuptial agreements, fathers' rights or paternity, we are here to help you.

 

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