While there are some men who get women pregnant, only to disappear forever, there are those who want to be an active part in their children's lives. However, it is not always easy to obtain the right to see or visit with one's children, a problem that is being addressed by the recent "fathers' rights" movement.
In the case of unwed couples, it can be quite difficult to obtain child custody rights when the mother of the child doesn't want you to see the child. The fathers' rights movement is said to have begun when several men questioned the right of women to give up their children for adoption when the birth father was present and willing to be a part of the children's lives. By using the Fourteenth Amendment, several fathers were able to fight for their rights and win.
If you are ready to fight for the right to see your biological child, now is the time to contact Hopper Law Office and speak with a Raleigh family lawyer who is an advocate of fathers' rights in North Carolina.