The result of most custody disputes during a contested or high net worth divorce in Tennessee is that the mother becomes primary custodian of the child or children who the divorcing couple share.
If you are a father whose goal is a more prominent role in the life of your child, this tendency on the part of our state's family law courts does not have to become your reality. The Franklin fathers' rights lawyers at McLendon & Milligan want to level the playing field for fathers and former husbands in the greater Nashville and Middle Tennessee areas.
Have you been shortchanged for access to your child? Do you want to establish paternity in order to exercise your rights to custody, visitation, and parenting time?
In 1997, our state legislature determined that a parent's gender should not be a help or hindrance when being considered for primary custody of a child. At McLendon & Milligan, we want to see this law enforced, so that fathers can become more involved in their children's upbringing.
Call Dana at (615) 645-1335 or Matt at 615-338-7998 to schedule your free initial consultation today.