Mothers' Rights Lawyer in Jacksonville
Experienced Guidance from Attorney Jason Porter
A single or divorced mother has many "hats to wear" and many
demands on her time. Along with responsibilities, mothers also have rights,
including the right to pursue child custody, receive
child support, and obtain protection from
domestic violence in most cases. To protect her rights, the best course of action a mother
can take is to retain the services of a compassionate and experienced
divorce attorney. At the Law Offices of Jason K.S. Porter, P.A., we are
dedicated to protecting mothers' rights. We have successfully represented
clients in many
family law matters.
Our lawyers have 90 years of collective experience protecting the rights
of individuals during their divorce cases. Our founding attorney, Mr.
Porter, has earned a 10.0 Superb Avvo Rating and a Martindale-Hubbell®
AV Preeminent™ Rating.
Our firm has the skill, dedication, and experience to be aggressive advocates,
fighting tirelessly for the best possible outcome in your case. We understand
that no two families are alike, and we offer personalized representation
and a strategy individually tailored to your particular situation.
Advocating for Your Parental Rights
If you are going through divorce, our
Jacksonville divorce lawyers can represent your interests to help ensure that you obtain the
child custody you deserve and the child support you and your children need. If your
former spouse is failing to make court-ordered child support payments,
or otherwise violating the divorce orders, our firm can help you get them
enforced through the court. Under state law, the mother is the natural
custodian of her minor child, and an unwed mother has sole legal rights until
paternity is established.
A single mother has the right to establish paternity and take legal action
toward securing child support from the biological father. Our knowledgeable
Jacksonville family law attorney can assist you with that process. However,
it should be considered that when paternity is established, the father
may take legal action to exercise his rights to time sharing and shared
parental responsibility for your child.
Contact us for a dedicated legal team to protect and defend mothers' rights.