Father's Rights Protect Your Family & Your Best Interests

Buffalo Father’s Rights Attorney

A Lawyer Helping Keep You a Part of Your Child’s Life

Historically, family law courts have mostly favored mothers during a divorce, relying on an antiquated idea that mothers should stay home with their kids while fathers go to work. As a result of this societal biasness, many fathers throughout the decades have been unjustly treated during divorce and child custody proceedings. To this day, many fathers are still seen through an unfair, prejudiced lens when divorcing.

At DePrima Law, it is the mission of our Buffalo father’s rights attorney to ensure all of our clients are treated fairly and given an honest opportunity to be a part of their children’s lives. Attorney Gina DePrima has more than a decade of legal experience, handling all sorts of difficult family law cases. Rather than focusing on ways to bring cases into the court for a fight, though, our law firm is centered on concepts of cooperation and compromise. Using mediation, you and your spouse can reach a conclusion that protects everyone’s best interests without overriding your own rights as a father.

Schedule an initial appointment with DePrima Law by dialing (716) 638-2633 today.

Solve Problems Early Before They Get Worse

A key to upholding your rights as a father going through a divorce is being able to spot issues early on and addressing them there. If you allow a potential conflict to go unchecked, you might find yourself in front of the court, which we know often sees you in an unfair, negative light.

Instead, come to DePrima Law in Buffalo and work closely with our team from the beginning of your divorce to its conclusion. While acting as your legal guides, we can anticipate what issues will need to be resolved and use amicable approaches to close them, rather than relying on the court. Mediation provides you and your spouse the power to reach important decisions that best fit your needs.

Some of the issues that will likely require our attention include:

  • Visitation
  • Child custody
  • Child support
  • Modifications to child custody

Consult with a Co-Parenting Coach – Call (716) 638-2633

Attorney DePrima has a unique background in her field as a co-parenting coach. She has been there to help countless divorced couples continue friendly relationships as ex-spouses who share a child together. If you are worried about your rights as a father because you are facing a new conflict with your ex-spouse, then her co-parenting services could be the solution you need.

During co-parenting coaching for divorced parents, Attorney DePrima can help you figure out:

  • What is the true source of your conflict
  • How your conflict can be resolved without relying on the courtroom
  • How to clear away any unnecessary walls between you and your ex-spouse
  • What approach will ensure long-term happiness for your child

Do not get caught in the courtroom as a divorced father if you can help it. Call (716) 638-2633 today to discover alternative options that not only help preserve your rights as a father, but that also work to prevent your family from being driven further apart. After all, your child will likely benefit the most from being able to happily spend time with both parents. Keeping things cooperative and amicable through mediation or co-parenting coaching might just be what is best for them, which is what we all want at the end of any family law case.

Find out more by talking with our Buffalo father’s rights attorney. Fill out an online contact form today.

Why Choose DePrima Law

Focused on Your Overall Well Being
  • Work Directly With Attorney DePrima

    You will work side-by-side with Attorney DePrima and receive follow up directly from her.

  • Advocating for Your Best Interests

    We're ready to litigate in a courtroom or speak to your needs and goals in a mediation room.

  • Focused on Solutions

    Our goal is to help you and your family reach an amicable resolution in a timely manner.

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