Not Until You Go to Court
Video Transcribed: Hi, I’m your Oklahoma fathers’ rights lawyer. And I’m here talking about fatherhood and fathers’ rights. We got a lot of questions over here about fathers’ rights, and one of them is, “Do unwed fathers have any rights to their children?”
Unfortunately, the answer is, not until you go to court. And so, you have no rights as an unwed father to your biological children, until you apply to a district court to establish them. Now, this is seemingly unfair, and there is a preference for joint custody in Oklahoma.
So, go ahead and file your case, get in front of a judge, and get your rights established, as early as you possibly can. Do not languish without rights to your child. Now, if you’ve got any questions about establishing rights as an unwed father, you need to give us a call. If you are looking for the best divorce attorney for a man visit dads.law.