Tampa, Florida

Mothers' Rights

Tampa Mother’s Rights Lawyers

Representing Mothers in Florida

Being a mother is one of the most important jobs a person can have in Florida. That is why the state protects the rights of the mother during times of divorce and separation. Florida state law provides for equal treatment of mothers and fathers. That means that issues of child custody, visitation, and child support are decided to protect the child’s best interests. Both parents have the right to enjoy a quality relationship with their kids.

Some of the rights a mother has include:

  • Receiving timely information about their child
  • Deciding matters of health, religion, and education for their kid
  • Being a designated emergency contact on legal records
  • Having a safe environment with their child

Sometimes visitation rights or parenting plans may be favored more towards one parent over the other. If a parent does not fulfill their responsibilities as a guardian, they may lose their rights. It is important for a mother’s rights to be protected.

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Why Choose Givens Givens Sparks?

At Givens Givens Sparks, we understand how important it is to provide for your children and to take care of their best interests. This almost always includes having a solid relationship with their mothers. If you are a mother going through a divorce, our child custody attorneys in Tampa can help you. We have years of experience representing mothers in court to ensure their voice is heard.

Our firm tries to reach an agreement with both parties that is mutually beneficial between mother, father, and child. However, if we have to, we will take any case to trial to protect a mother’s right. If you are going through a divorce or separation and have children, contact our Tampa mother’s rights attorneys today. We are available to help you!

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At Givens Givens Sparks, your family is our family. As such, we promise to fight for each client and voraciously protect their best interests. Facing a family law issue? Get in touch with us to learn how we can help!

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