Protecting The Rights Of Fathers For 20 Years
If you are a father facing divorce, you may believe that your rights are limited, that the court will automatically grant custody to the mother, that you will simply have to accept a limited role in the growth and development of your children, and that you will necessarily have to take a significant financial hit. This is not true! We understand family law matters, will fight to protect your interests, and will try our hardest to obtain the most favorable resolution for you and your child.
Led by Tucson attorney Ron Reyna, with 20 years of legal experience, we represent men throughout southern Arizona who want to aggressively protect their rights in a divorce or family law dispute. We will take the time to carefully review your situation and help you understand all of your options moving forward, as well as your likelihood of success. We will then work with you to help you implement solutions that protect and maintain your role as a parent.
Contact our office online or call us at 520-784-7200 to set up a free initial consultation.
Representing Fathers In Family Law Matters
We work with men at all stages of a divorce or family law matter, from the initial filing and temporary determinations of custody, visitation and support to post-judgment requests for modification of existing court orders. We handle all matters related to divorce or family law, including:
- Child custody and parenting time. The most important aspect of a divorce for most men is securing a reasonable agreement on custody and parenting time. We will help you establish and implement an arrangement that is in the best interests of your children, but that also allows you to play a meaningful role in their growth and development
- Child support
- Spousal support or alimony
We will always work hard to mitigate or minimize the financial consequences of your divorce, looking to reduce the amount of support or the length of time you are required to pay. Our firm has earned a reputation for integrity and ethical representation. In our experience, the judges in Pima County will respect and enforce a father's rights as long as they state their case in court. We will make sure your voice is heard at the earliest possible moment.
Talk To A Fathers' Rights Lawyer Today
For a free initial consultation to discuss your rights as a father, contact our office online or call 520-784-7200. We are available to meet with you weekdays from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m., and evenings and weekends by request.
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