South Dakota Father's Rights Lawyer
Experienced Family Law Attorneys Brookings, SD
As a father, you have the same rights during a divorce or separation as the mother. Although times have changed and fathers are now given the same rights and respect that mothers receive, there are still cases in which the role a father plays in the life of his children is underappreciated. If you are a father going through a divorce or separation, you can trust an experienced and dedicated South Dakota father's rights attorney at Helsper, McCarty and Rasmussen Law Firm to help you assert your parental rights and make sure your needs and wishes are acknowledged, respected, and upheld.
How We Can Help
We have represented fathers throughout eastern South Dakota helping them assert their rights in regards to:
- Child Custody
- Child Support
At the Helsper, McCarty and Rasmussen Law Firm, we strongly believe that fathers play an integral role in their children's lives, and that children who do not have a strong relationship with their father are at a disadvantage.
Contact a Dedicated Father's Rights Attorney Serving eastern South Dakota
In any divorce or separation, the judge will make his or her decisions in regards to custody and support based on the child's best interest. Should you retain our services, you can trust us to explain and prove to the judge why it is in your child's best interest to remain in your custody or to have visitation time with you. Our main priority is to help you preserve a relationship with your children by making sure you remain an active presence in their life. Just because your marriage or relationship has ended does not mean your right to see and spend time with your children must come to an end as well.
Contact a South Dakota lawyer at Helsper, McCarty and Rasmussen Law Firm.
- Contested Divorce
- Uncontested Divorce
- Complex High Net Worth Divorce
- Legal Separation
- Child Custody & Visitation
- Child Support
- Alimony / Spousal Support
- Prenuptial Agreements
- Father’s Rights
- Grandparent’s Rights
- Parental Alienation
- Adoption & Name Changes
- Orders of Protection for Domestic Violence