Divorce for Men

Men Have Rights in Divorce Court Too. We Fight for You!

A divorce is just as personally and financially devastating for men as it is for women. Unfortunately, many family court judges think that men can overcome and cope with the financial and emotional losses more easily. Settlements are often unfair and strip men of their future. Gender bias in family court is real.

At Dad's Law, we always remember that men are going through the toughest times of their lives when they are in the middle of a divorce. Too many men think they can handle the pressure alone, balancing huge emotional stresses while also trying to take care of the legal issues, only to discover that they will often run up against a brick wall when it comes to fighting for their rights.

Gender Bias Against Men is Real. We Protect Your Rights.

As a man, your divorce decree will have a profound impact on your future for the next five, 10 and even 20 years. You can trust our talented and experienced attorneys to provide aggressive representation and to help you make rational and intelligent decisions. We won't let you give away your rights as a father. We seek mutually agreeable settlements whenever possible in order to protect your best interests and those of your children. Contact us for a free telephone consultation about your rights.

Whether you have already decided to file for divorce or are still considering your options, the attorneys of Dad's Law will help you fight to protect your future.

We Handle All Legal Matters Relating to Divorce and California Family Law:

  • Child custody
  • Visitation rights
  • Child support
  • Spousal Support
  • Property Division
  • Post divorce modifications, changes to parenting plans
  • Resolution of child support arrearages
  • Representation of military fathers
  • Restraining orders violations and domestic violence defense

When you contact us for a free consultation, we will explain the differences among a divorce, a legal separation, and an annulment. We will explain how your decisions will affect issues such as child custody, support and visitation, and marital property agreements.