Miami Fathers' Rights Attorneys
Fearless Advocates for Your Rights as a Father
With 34 years of combined experienced and offices in Miami and Plantation, our fathers’ rights attorneys serve clients throughout South Florida, aggressively advocating for their rights and using our extensive experience to protect their interests. We are here to guide you toward a swift and positive resolution of your legal matter.
DADvocacy™ Law Firm provides the highest quality legal counsel based on our attorneys’ foundation of diverse experience and credentials. This includes an understanding of family law proceedings from prosecutorial, defense, and even judicial standpoints. Our entire team of attorneys has the qualifications and know-how you need on your side in complex support, custody, and other fathers’ rights issues. When family dynamics change or your rights are in jeopardy, we are ready and willing to fight for you.
Our firm is committed to providing excellent service to our clients, fighting for the rights of unmarried fathers. We have bilingual attorneys who are capable of serving the Spanish community. Additionally, we charge flat rate fees, so the client doesn’t have to worry about hourly charges. We take the time to understand each case because when families are involved, we don’t take any chances.
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Diverse Family Law Knowledge
Our entire team brings 34 years of legal insight and combined experience to the table.
Flat Fees & Fixed Rates Offered
An hourly rate puts a limit on our time with you. We eliminate the restrictions.
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