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Top Fort Bragg Father's Rights Lawyers - California

  • Since 1983, lawyer Cynthia Hannon has helped families throughout California with their legal needs. In particular, she focuses our Walnut Creek family law firm on the divorce needs of families as well as those families dealing with child custody and support issues.  With more than 33 years of experience in these matters, attorney Hannon holds the seasoned legal judgment that makes it possible...

  • 1. Walnut Creek, California From the Walnut Creek, California, location of Simon Law, our team advises people through estate planning, personal injury and family law matters. We begin each case with a free initial consultation at our law office. This gives you the opportunity to share your story and your concerns, as well as ask your questions. You deserve an honest answer and will receive...

  • At Sherlock // Anderson, PC, We Are More Than A Family Law Firm - We Are Lawyers For Your Family At Sherlock // Anderson, PC, in Roseville, California, we believe that people deserve more than a law firm that will only focus on a single problem. When you hire us, our attorneys work as a team to meet your full range of legal needs. Legal issues, such as divorce, often lead to issues involving...

  • The Law Offices of David M. Lederman has been providing high-quality service in family law and immigration law since 1997. Described by clients as "aggressive" and "honest", our firm aims to provide the best service available in Contra Costa and Alameda Counties. We are conveniently located in Antioch and the ability to meet with immigration clients in Oakland as well. Mr....

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Father's rights include the right to visit one's children, the requirement that fathers be consulted before their children are offered for adoption, and other legal matters related to men's reproductive issues and a father's relationship with his children.

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