The Rights of Father’s in Chicago


Fatherhood is an essential part of child upbringing. In the United States, 34 percent, equivalent to 24 million children, live without biological fathers. The National Responsible Fatherhood Clearinghouse (NRFC), while advocating for the father’s visitation rights, reports that a child who grows up without a father is more likely to abuse drugs, live in poverty, or suffer child abuse. Further, the minors can adapt criminal behavior, perform poorly in school, endure ill health, behavioral, or emotional problems.

What Are Fathers’ Rights Chicago?

The Law Offices of Michael P. Doman Ltd. firmly believe in the advantages of fathers having continued access to children. Our Chicago family law attorneys will ably handle the issues below:

• Divorce proceedings

• Paternity cases.

• Lawsuits in which the father faces accusations of domestic violence or protection orders.

• Modification of your child support rulings.

• Parent relocation.

Chicago IL Family Law Attorneys

Our Chicago law office has an enviable record of fighting for father’s visitation rights. Whether you face accusations of domestic violence, unfair allegations of posing security risks to your spouse and children, you have a dedicated fathers rights Chicago advocate, The Law Offices of Michael P. Doman Ltd. Our highly-skilled family law team will fight for your right to exercise fatherhood and parental rights. We help families resolve issues and come to just conclusions.

Justice for Fathers in Chicago

We are a law firm that upholds the principle that both the father and mother are the crucial caregivers to the children. Our Chicago divorce attorneys will fight against forcing fathers out of the child’s life or the relegation of dads to an inferior role.
To find out how our Chicago IL family law attorneys proudly advocate for fathers’ rights and how we can help you,  contact us by phone at (847) 897-5288 or email us at

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