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Advocating For Mother’s And Father’s Rights Across Livingston County

In recent years, it has become more and more uncommon for mothers to be automatically granted physical custody. Now, mothers and fathers alike can get custody of the children. Whether you are a mother or a father, one of the Webberville parents’ rights attorneys at our firm can assist you.

For more than 35 years, our attorneys have sought the best possible outcomes for parents. At Gormley Law Offices, PLC, in Howell and Fowlerville, we are trial lawyers who do not litigate merely for the sake of litigating. However, when all attempts at negotiation have been exhausted, we proceed toward trial on behalf of our clients.

Call us at 517-219-9301 for a free consultation about your specific rights as a mother or father in Michigan. We serve clients throughout Livingston County as well as surrounding communities like Howell and Brighton.

Are You A Father Who Is Seeking Physical Custody?

As experienced fathers’ rights attorneys, we receive a significant number of referral clients. The vast majority of our referral clients are fathers who are seeking primary or joint physical custody. Others have concerns about their support payments. We aggressively advocate for fathers, fairly represent the issues at hand and inform fathers of their rights. We do not create problems just for the sake of a custody battle. Rather, we attempt to arrive at favorable outcomes through negotiations.

The era of mothers staying at home and obtaining sole custody of the children has ended. Now, we consider each parent’s schedule, their availability to pick up the children from school or be with the children, as well as the presence of any criminal actions or substance abuse.

Arrange A Complimentary Consultation

Would you like to speak with an attorney about protecting your rights as a father or a mother? To schedule your free consultation, call 517-219-9301. You may also contact us online. Our office hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday, with weekend and evening hours by appointment.