Washington Fathers' Rights Attorneys
Are men treated fairly in court?
In the past, family courts were notoriously biased against men. For many years, the court system assumed that women should retain child custody and fathers should pay child support and spousal maintenance (alimony).
Fortunately, most judges today find such assumptions absurd. Most Washington family courts at present are driven by the best interest of the child, not archaic stereotypes of men's and women's roles.
Instead of assuming that a mother deserves custody, the court will determine which parental situation is best for the child. Similarly, the court will not assume that men should always pay spousal support and child support, opening the possibility for men to receive payment.
Finding the Right Legal Advocate to Represent You
McKinley Irvin attorneys understand the unique issues that men face in family court. We are zealous advocates for all of our clients, regardless of their gender. This commitment demonstrates our deep dedication to providing the best client service to each and every client, along with our respect and dedication for our roles as lawyers in the justice system.
For additional information about our lawyers, please visit their unique profiles. If you are seeking a family law or fathers' rights attorney in Washington, we invite you to schedule a consultation.