~ A Parental Advocate Group
Assisting parents in making changes to Child Custody, Support, and Visitation issues
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HOW WE HELP
A father's right to spend time with his children is such a basic desire. Fathers who need assistance with child custody, child visitation, and/or child support issues contact us all the time. Mothers also experiencing these types of issues contact us every day.
About the Children (ATC) does not take sides. We help both mothers and fathers. We care about what is in the best interest of the children - just like your Family Court Judge. Hence, we are not a father's advocate group, or a mother's advocate group - we are a Parental Advocate Group, that truly is about the children.
We focus on advocating for parents by supporting them to help themselves, in entering into family court, without having to come up with a retainer fee, or paying an attorney by the hour.
You will have access to the most updated informationon family court, custody related matters, and techniques to successfully approach single parenting and co-parenting as you continue to raise your child or children.
Many of our staff members have been through similar situations as you with their own children and families. They are excited to support you through this process and can provide excellent insight from a parenting perspective going through the family court system.
Finding access to any family court begins with the filing of court documents. The documents filed, explains to the court what you want and why the court should give it to you. Preparing them the way the court requires is very complex.
visitation, or child support issue, is to get a court order signed by a judge.
In family court, having accurate and properly prepared court documents can greatly assist in a fast resolution to your situation. Most family court cases today involve mandatory mediation which generally excludes the involvement of an attorney, and coordinates parents to talk through their issues together with a mediator or other court official. With properly prepared court documents, resolution usually is accomplished without ever having to stand in front of a judge.
ATC is not a law firm, we work in conjunction with Attorneys, and Legal Document Assistants who type court documents for parents like you, based on information you select and provide us. The information on this website should not be regarded as or serve as a substitute for legal advice.
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Call us today - there is no charge to speak with a representative to see how we can help you help yourself in connection with your child related issues at a cost you can afford. The first step is for you to fill out the form below, or call us directly to confirm that you qualify for our program.
Once again, ATC is not a law firm and cannot provide legal advice. ATC helps you by drafting your court documents based on information you select and information you provide us.
Let’s discuss how we can help you assist yourself in addressing your current family issues.
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your legal rights, remedies, defenses, options, selection of forms, or strategies. You are representing yourself in your legal matter. If you believe you
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