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Pennsylvania fathers' rights: Jesse Williams fighting for custody

Being a dad can be one of the most rewarding experiences in a man's life. Unfortunately, some dads in Pennsylvania and elsewhere find that their fathers' rights are not taken into consideration during and after the divorce process, and that gaining fair access to their children is harder than it should be. This is something actor Jesse Williams is said to be feeling.

Fighting for fathers' rights is difficult but worth it

A father in another state has been through a lot in trying to gain custody of his daughter. Unfortunately, in certain circumstances, the court is not very forgiving. While fighting for father's rights is difficult, many in Pennsylvania and elsewhere would agree that it is worth it.

Pennsylvania fathers' rights: When and how to establish paternity

There are numerous unwed fathers in the state of Pennsylvania. In order for their fathers' rights to be protected and for mothers to seek financial support, paternity will need to be established. When and how can this be accomplished?

Feel that your fathers' rights are being ignored?

In Pennsylvania and elsewhere, numerous fathers feel that, when it comes to their children, they are not given equal rights. However, fathers' rights do exist and they are protected under state laws. Fathers can seek child support, custody or visitation under the right circumstances. Unfortunately, many dads tend to find that achieving any of these things is significantly more challenging than expected.

Agencies deny fathers' rights to innocent man accused of abuse

Many fathers in Pennsylvania have only their child's best interests in mind. They often do what they can with their limited resources to provide stability and love. However, too often, fathers' rights are denied when agencies make critical errors in judgment. One man in another state nearly lost everything in his efforts to protect his daughter.

Fathers' rights restored after mother hid children for 2 years

The residual effects of a custody battle that gained attention in Pennsylvania and across the nation continue to play out in the courtroom. A mother is already serving time for denying fathers' rights to her ex-husband by hiding two of their children for two and a half years. Recently, the woman who helped her was also sentenced.

Paternity tests may establish fathers' rights

With many children born to unwed parents in Pennsylvania, establishing paternity is more important than ever. A paternity test determines if a man is the biological father of a particular child. If paternity is formally established, the father will likely face the legal obligation to support the child. You may be pursuing the establishment of paternity because you suspect you are not the father of the child in question, or you may believe you are the father and wish to prove it so you can participate in the child's upbringing. Whatever your particular situation, having an attorney by your side is invaluable for protecting your fathers' rights.

Fathers' rights case may break new ground for frozen embryos

People in Pennsylvania and across the country followed the four-year relationship between actress Sofia Vergara and entrepreneur Nick Loeb. The two were considered a power couple in Hollywood until their stormy breakup two years ago. Now, they are making news again as Loeb fights for fathers' rights for children that have not yet been born.

Soldier fights for fathers' rights between deployments

In Pennsylvania and other states, many men look forward to the day when they will be fathers. Therefore, when a U.S. soldier was told, just days before shipping out to Afghanistan, that he was going to be a father, it was joyful news. He and the mother of the child had dated only a few months, but he anticipated sharing custody with her. What he did not expect was that, between his deployments, he would be fighting for fathers' rights.

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