South Carolina and North Carolina Fathers' Rights Attorney
Serving Fathers of York, Chester, Lancaster, Mecklenburg, and Gaston counties
We do emphasize our Family Law practice on Fathers’ Rights.
Men are often viewed either by themselves, society, or the legal system, as the underdogs in family law matters. This underdog mentality often shakes the confidence of men and sometimes allows them to forget that they too have rights in child custody/support and divorce matters. We seek to mitigate the underdog mentality as it relates to Family Law Issues and Men.
Are You a Father and Need Legal Representation from a Fathers' Rights Attorney?
Contact a South Carolina and North Carolina Fathers' Rights Lawyer for Help Today!
A Family Law Office for Fathers’ Dedicated to Protecting Fathers’ Rights
I am Donae Minor, a Family Law and Fathers’ Rights Attorney in South Carolina and North Carolina. I am committed to representing Fathers in Family Law Matters and will vigourously fight to defend and protect Fathers’ Rights.
Call our Family Law office for Fathers at +1-803-504-0971 when you have questions about your rights in a family law matter or contact us below to schedule a confidential consultation.
A Fathers' Rights Attorney Committed To Helping Fathers Succeed
Do you want to see your child more? Would you prefer joint custody? A child needs their Father just as much as they need their Mother.
Do you fear your safety or your children’s safety?
Contempt/Rule to Show Cause Proceedings
Do you have a divorce/separation decree, child custody order, or any other Court Order? Have you been accused of violating the terms of the Order or has the other party violated the terms of the Order?
Have questions about your child-support calculation? Let’s talk about it!
Divorce and Separation
Considering Divorce or Separating from your Spouse? We can help you understand the process and how it relates to your unique situation.
Is your name on the birth certificate? Are you able to exercise all of your paternity rights? Let’s talk about what steps you may need to take to establish paternity.
Alimony and Spousal Support
Were you or your spouse the breadwinner in the marriage? Did you sign a prenuptial agreement? Is there a cheating spouse? We can help you understand your chances of paying or receiving alimony and spousal maintenance?
Modification of Orders
When situations change, we can help you understand the process surrounding modifying orders.
Power of Attorney
Do you need to designate another individual to care for your child and make decisions on a temporary basis?
Is Divorce on the horizon? Did you and your spouse accumulate a lot of assets during the marriage? Let’s talk about what you want and your rights with property division.
Are you thinking about marriage? Are you concerned about what happens if there is a Divorce? Let’s have a discussion about marriage insurance.
Do you need to understand time-sharing laws or need advice on establishing a parenting plan that helps you exercise your rights as a Father?
Significant family changes can make it necessary to update existing estate planning documents or establish a new one.
Relocation and out-of-state fathers
Do you need a customized parenting plan that allows you to spend time with your child/children due to distance?
Why Choose Our Fathers' Rights Attorney?
Caring, Compassionate, and Knowledgeable Fathers' Rights Lawyer
Attorney Minor is committed to helping Fathers in Family Law situations because she understands men are often viewed either by themselves, society, or the legal system, as the underdogs in family law matters.
Our Law Office takes pride in the transparency of the fees required for the services we provide. Because we understand the complexities of the legal system, we make sure ALL of our clients understand exactly what it takes to help defend your rights and in most cases, we offer a flat fee arrangement, which means you know upfront the cost of your representation.
Passionate About Defending Fathers' Rights
Attorney Minor will fight vigorously to preserve and defend your Fathers' rights.