Father’s Rights

The days of fathers only getting visitation are over.  In determining who is going to be the child’s primary parent, the Court is going to see what is in the best interest of the child.  In determining this, the Court will look at which parent has the ability to care for the child, the relationship between the parent and child and many other aspects that our attorneys can better explain to you.  Our attorneys at Parker & Pugh have represented thousands of fathers and helped many of them gain the title of being the child’s primary parent.

Just because you were never married to the child’s mother, does not mean that you do not have rights to the child.  Once again, the Court will look into what is in the best interest of the child and obviously, the Court wants both parents to be involved in the child’s life.  We can help walk you through the steps to establishing paternity and getting your voice heard in court.

It is very important to consult with a lawyer early on as this will help your chances of getting the most amount of visitation as possible.

If you are a father who is not getting visitation, contact Parker & Pugh for your free consultation.  We have handled thousands of these cases over the years and look forward to helping you.  We are open five days a week and can even accommodate weekend and afterhours appointments if necessary.  Payment plans are available and we accept credit cards for your convenience.

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Parker & Pugh, PLLC
118 Franklin St.
Clarksville, TN 37040
Office – (931) 551-4403



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Parker & Pugh, PLLC

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