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  • Writer's pictureJames Chau

Fathers Rights Dads Fight for 50 - 50 Child Custody

Updated: Oct 17, 2022

An interesting case out of Illinois is being reported in an article. The article goes on to say that Fathers there are petitioning law makers to say that children in a divorce or separation should be awarded 50 50.

The article goes on to say that the Fathers had joint custody but they believed that 50 50 was in the child’s best interests. The legislation is in the early stages so it is still too early to say if this will become law.

It is a often request I see in child custody cases for Fathers to request 50 50 custody. This is a reasonable request but in California there are multiple factors that go into play when deciding custody for children. There is no magic formula and children are not divided up as property. The Court will view what is in the “child’s best interests” when deciding custody. If you have questions regarding paternity, parentage, and Fathers rights in San Jose, Child Custody Father’s Santa Clara County please contact my office.

If there are any legal questions you may have, I encourage you to, please contact my San Jose Divorce Lawyer office. My San Jose Family Lawyer offices assists many people who are going through family law related issues. We have many Affordable San Jose Divorce Lawyer solutions for many different budgets. San Jose unbundled limited scope family lawyer.

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