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Mothers’ Rights Lawyers in Vancouver

Protecting the Best Interests of Vancouver Families

A mother’s right to establish and develop a healthy, meaningful relationship with her child is a serious matter under Washington law. Parental rights are not easily curtailed due to a strong public policy to protect the relationship between parent and child. However, when a mother’s parental rights conflict with that of the father, legal proceedings can get tricky.

As a result, if you are concerned that your parental rights as a mother are in danger, you should consult an experienced mothers’ rights lawyer in Vancouver. At Landerholm Family Law, we hold your rights as a parent in the highest regard. That is why we are committed to providing you with comprehensive legal advice and advocacy to help ensure your parental rights are not infringed. Our approach to representing clients is based on compassion, trust, and respect. We hold you and your family’s best interests above all other concerns.

Contact Landerholm Family Law at (888) 981-9511 to schedule a consultation with one of our devoted mothers’ rights attorneys in Vancouver today.

Mothers’ Rights in Washington

We can appreciate the stress and feelings of urgency you are probably experiencing when it comes to legal issues affecting your parental rights as a mother. That is why our legal team is dedicated to the practice of family law in Vancouver. We take care to provide you with a comprehensive legal perspective on your family issues.

You can count on us to assist you with the following issues:

  • Paternity proceedings – the basis of a father’s parental rights can be established through paternity proceedings. We can guide you through each phase of paternity proceedings, to make sure your parental rights as a mother are given their due respect.
  • Temporary child support orders – during the pendency of dissolution of marriage proceedings, the parties’ respective financial conditions can determine the nature and extent of child support obligations. We can advocate for your interests as a parent to help make sure you and your child have the necessary financial support during divorce litigation.
  • Child custody – under Washington law, there is no legal presumption favoring a mother over a father in custody proceedings. Custody determinations must be based on the evaluation of a child’s best interest.
  • Parenting and visitation – shared parenting responsibilities and visitation arrangements are also evaluated against factors relevant to the child’s best interest. A father has the legal right to visitation and parenting time. We can help find an equitable resolution to this issue that takes your parental rights as a mother into proper consideration.

Get Skilled Representation from Our Vancouver Mothers’ Rights Attorneys

At Landerholm Family Law, we take protecting the parent-child relationship very seriously. Through our years of experience handling family law issues in both Oregon and Washington, we strongly encourage using alternative dispute resolution opportunities such as mediation to find a just resolution to parental rights disputes in order to minimize acrimony between parents. However, if the situation proves that a harmonious resolution is beyond reasonable efforts toward compromise, we are ready to vehemently preserve your parental rights as a mother using the full extent of the law.

To learn about how our mothers’ rights attorneys in Vancouver can help you and your family, contact Landerholm Family Law at (888) 981-9511 for an initial consultation about your casetoday.

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