As highly regarded maternal rights lawyers, we understand the vital role you play in your child/children's lives. When a divorce or separation happens, you have certain legal rights as a mother that you may or may not be aware of. At Adams & Luka, we know that your relationship with your child or children is the most important aspect of your life.
You have legal rights in many regards whether you are in the process of divorcing, have issues with a parental time-sharing plan, or are considering a paternity action. Child support may be an issue, or perhaps you are concerned about issues your child's father may have in relation to substance or alcohol abuse, or even domestic violence. Whatever the situation may be, our family law attorneys are here to provide you with the legal guidance and support essential to reaching your desired result.Protecting Your Rights as a Mother
Following a divorce or separation from your children's father, you may face substantial demands on your time, attention, even your financial situation. Paying child care, working one or even two jobs, and trying your best to spend time with your children while attempting to secure child support or work out an agreeable parenting plan can be a seemingly insurmountable challenge.
We realize there is much at stake, and that you want to ensure your mother's rights are protected. We will work vigorously to help ensure any and all issues are resolved, including:
In Florida, single or unmarried mothers have a right to file a paternity action in order to establish paternity. This is important when seeking child support, or even establishing a parenting plan should the father desire to spend time with the child/children.Child Support and Mother's Rights
Whether you work one job or two, are self-employed, or even a stay-at-home mom, there are child support guidelines that must be adhered to. It is important that you speak with an Orlando mother's rights lawyer with our firm to ensure you are receiving the full support your children are entitled to.Custody Rights of Mothers in Florida
Florida prefers shared parenting over terms such as custody, primary custody, visitation, etc. The courts urge parents to divide time with children as equally as possible, however this is not always the case. Careers, work hours, and health issues may affect who the children spend the majority of their time with. However, when an ex-spouse or the father of your children violates your legal rights and disregards court orders concerning parental time-sharing or custody, we work vigorously to ensure court orders are enforced.Contact Adams & Luka Immediately
We are committed to providing mothers with exceptional legal guidance and support in regards to issues including child custody and support, paternity, violation of court orders, and more. At Adams & Luka, we give you the personal attention you deserve, always working to achieve the best possible outcome. If you are unsure of your rights as a mother or believe your legal rights have been violated, call us for a free consultation now at (407) 872-0307 or (352) 787-2101.