Rights of Unmarried Parents
Protect Your Parental Rights in Los Angeles, California
As a parent you have rights and you have responsibilities. The law does
not distinguish between married and unmarried parents, or between those
who are heterosexual and those who are lesbian or gay. At Stolar &
Associates, A Professional Law Corporation, our professional legal team
represents unmarried parents in
visitation, and child support matters. If you need legal assistance as an unmarried
parent, our firm can provide you with the well-versed guidance you can trust.
We are proud to offer our clients with the following:
- More than three decades of solid legal experience
- In-depth knowledge and familiarity with the Los Angeles family law court system
- Passionate and caring advocacy, inside and outside of the courtroom
Need help as an unmarried parent? Give us a call at (310) 984-1411 to schedule a
case evaluation at your earliest convenience. We are here to help you.
How Is Child Support Determined?
A child is entitled to support from both parents. A father's legal
obligation is often established through paternity testing. When determining
the child support obligation of each parent, the court will consider the
incomes of the parents and, if a legal custody and visitation agreement
is in place, the amount of time the child spends at the home of each parent.
Our Los Angeles Attorneys Skillfully Represent Fathers
An unmarried father does not automatically have the right to spend time
with his child. If you are a father, our lawyers will help you work out
a parenting plan arrangement that allows you to participate in custody
and visitation. Even if you already have an informal agreement with your
child's mother for custody and visitation, it is important to formalize
it and guarantee your access to your child. We can help you ensure your
rights as a father are always protected.
Safeguarding the Rights of Unmarried Parents
If you are an unmarried parent, it is important that you establish your
legal rights and protect your child. Our firm fully understands the concerns
of unmarried parents and can handle all the details of your case on your
behalf. Your family law goals are extremely important to us.