Fathers rights in Alabama are established by laws that give dads the same legal rights as mothers. These include paternity, custody and child support laws.

Paternity: You have the right to have the paternity of the child determined through testing. If you are the father, the mother may not make any major decision regarding the child without your input and consent.

Custody: You have the right to seek custody of your children. This could be sole or joint physical custody or the establishment of consistently scheduled visitation rights. Your custodial fathers rights in Alabama guarantee your involvement in making key decisions regarding how your children are raised and cared for. These decisions involve their education, lifestyle, religious upbringing, activities such as sports or music, and more.

Child Support: Depending on your financial situation, you may be entitled to receive child support payments if you have sole or joint physical custody of your kids. The court will evaluate the financial status of both parents and make a determination of support.

These are your Alabama fathers rights. If you are having trouble securing them, contact an attorney with experience in working for fathers rights in Alabama.