Fathers' Rights

Huntersville Fathers’ Rights Lawyer

Protecting Your Interests as a Father in a NC Divorce or Custody Dispute

One of the biggest problems for new independent or divorced men is persistence in having a solid relationship with their children. A divorce is likely to change living situations, but this does not cause your relationship with your children to suffer.

On the contrary, NC fathers’ rights exist to benefit gentlemen who continue to have a substantial presence in their children’s lives and secure equal time with children.

Child custody is one of the most difficult issues a father faces during divorce.

As a Huntersville fathers’ rights attorney with over a decade of family law and divorce experience, I am dedicated to protecting your rights to raise your child in a healthy, thriving environment.

Ready to fight for your rights as a father? Contact David Self Family Law and Mediation to start discussing your case today.

I represent fathers in North Carolina in all aspects of child custody and visitation, including:

  • Primary and joint custody arrangements
  • Visitation rights
  • Grandparent visitation
  • Modification of custody and visitation orders
  • Enforcement of orders
  • Juvenile delinquency and dependency proceedings
  • Decisions related to religion, education, and upbringing of the child

I offer my services as an experienced litigator and mediator in these complex matters. To learn more, call (980) 223-3340

Making Sure Fathers Receive Fair Treatment in a Divorce

Children are best served when they maintain contact with both parents. In the past, courts have historically favored the mother in child custody cases. While the law often requires parents to be treated equally in all custody and visitation decisions, many judges still believe that a child belongs with his or her mother. I am committed to making sure that custody decisions take the interests of the father and the children into account. I work to help you achieve an optimal solution to your custody case.

Skilled Litigation in North Carolina Family Court

In some cases, litigation is necessary to protect your interests. When one parent refuses to compromise or expresses hostility toward the other parent, negotiations fail. Sometimes a parent may even pose a danger to the child’s well-being. In these cases, litigation is the most appropriate forum for establishing a father’s rights in NC. My methodical approach to litigation enables you to feel confident that your children are protected, and your parental rights are secure.

Call for Experienced Fathers’ Rights Counsel in Huntersville, NC

Your rights as a father should not be overlooked or intentionally ignored. As your fathers’ rights lawyer and a father myself, I can fight for your interests as no one else can. I know the laws and the local courts and judges. I know how to present my clients’ cases clearly and in a compelling manner, to seek the best possible result every time.

We can help you fight for your NC fathers' rights. Contact our Huntersville office today to talk about your case and how we can help.

Client Testimonials

"I believe I received the best outcomes from both cases."

- A.M.

Why David Self Law Is Different:

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