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Actively Protecting the

Rights of Fathers

At DePrima Law, we believe in taking a stand on behalf of the fathers throughout Buffalo and the surrounding areas. Call now.

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Buffalo Fathers’ Rights Attorney

We Proudly Represent Fathers Just Like You: (716) 638-2633

At DePrima Law, we provide legal assistance for fathers who are going through divorce, child custody, child support, and other related family law processes. Unfortunately, when establishing the terms of divorce, there is often a bias toward women. Our team believes in taking a firm stand on behalf of fathers who are entitled to just as much, if not more, rights as the mother. No case is too complex for us to handle and, if your situation must be handled in the courtroom, we are prepared to provide the aggressive advocacy you need. Rest-assured that when you work with our firm, we will do everything within our power to protect your rights as a father, preserve the relationships you have established with your children, and help you obtain the outcome you are seeking.

You Matter to Your Child

We know that as a father, you hold a significant importance in your child’s life. In fact, there are countless studies that demonstrate the negative impacts that can occur when a father is not present in their child’s life.

  • Children without fathers are more likely to use illegal drugs.
  • Children without fathers are more likely to drop out of school.
  • Children from fatherless families are more likely to commit domestic violence.

You May Be Wondering...

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Questions

  • What are fathers’ rights?


    As the biological father of a child, you automatically have fathers’ rights. These rights enable you to obtain custody or visitation of your child, so that you can have guaranteed time with them. Unfortunately, fathers’ rights are often overlooked, as the mother is typically appointed as primary custodian of the child.

  • What are mistakes I should avoid making as a father?


    There are a number of common mistakes fathers make that could lead to losing custody or visitation, but these mistakes can be avoided. Such mistakes may include moving out of the home where your child lives, living in a messy home, not maintaining a steady job or income, and not taking a stand against a mother who establishes an order of protection charge.

  • Will I have to take my case to court?


    Your case does not have to be handled in court. However, it is not uncommon for fathers’ rights cases to need to be resolved in the courtroom. For example, your former spouse may try to retaliate against you by fighting against your rights to obtain custody. If your case must go to court, our team is prepared to aggressively defend your rights, and we will do everything we can to help you obtain the outcome you deserve.

  • Why do I need an attorney?


    The family law system can be complicated, and fathers’ rights cases can be especially personal and overwhelming. You need a lawyer who will guide you through the family law system, ensure your process goes as smoothly as possible, and help you reach a solution that is tailored to protect your rights and meet you and your child’s unique needs.

  • DePrima Law

    A Devoted Family Law Advocate for Nearly Two Decades

    When dealing with legal matters pertaining to your family, from divorce and child custody to spousal maintenance and property division proceedings, DePrima Law is here to provide you with the trusted advocacy you need. With over 13 years of experience, thousands of cases have successfully been handled by Attorney Gina DePrima. Her commitment to getting matters resolved promptly and peacefully have set clients and their families on the path towards a peaceful future. Trust our leading attorney to provide you with the legal insight needed to make wise decisions for your case.

How We've Impacted Clients

With Our Unique Approach

  • “Gina really cares about her clients. She was always there by my side throughout my divorce. ”


  • “Gina was a great help when I needed her during a joint custody battle. ”


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