The Allen family law attorneys with Christman Ramsey Foster, PC, may be able to help if you’re a father seeking either 50/50 or full custody of your children after a divorce. It’s true that mothers will typically have a better chance of obtaining primary custody. However, that is gradually beginning to change. Talk to one of our family law attorneys to learn more about how we may be able to help.

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One of the biggest reasons you should speak to our Allen family law attorneys is that we will provide passionate representation on your behalf. We have years of experience in this practice area and work extremely hard to do whatever we can to ensure our client’s wishes are fulfilled. When you work with the family law attorneys with Christman Ramsey Foster, PC, you can rest assured we will do everything possible to help you experience a positive outcome.

Our family law attorneys in Allen, TX, will work to prove that you have primary custody (in legal terms, convincing the court you should be the “primary conservator”) will be in the child’s best interests. There are some instances where we might be able to help even if you’re not the child’s biological parent.

Every case is different, of course. However, in many cases, a judge will award primary custody to the parent who has been most responsible for carrying out parental duties. If you are the one who typically made the most decisions regarding the care of your child when you were married, there’s a good chance you’ll be named the primary conservator. Again, however, no reputable attorney will ever promise this will happen.

Contact Christman Ramsey Foster, PC

The caring Allen family law attorneys at Christman Ramsey Foster, PC, will be more than happy to answer any questions you may have. Call us at 972.445.9907 or use our convenient online contact form whenever possible. We look forward to helping you.