Toronto Fathers' Rights Lawyers

A pioneer in the field of fathers' rights in Canada, Gene C. Colman identifies with the struggle that many fathers go through when attempting to gain equal parenting rights. Not only was Mr. Colman instrumental in forming the Canadian Equal Parenting Council, but the lawyers at our firm understand the very personal issues and struggles that affect fathers within Canada's and particularly Ontario's family law system.

(Gene is) an honourable, kind, family man who values the relationships of children and both parents, not just one parent.
A grateful grandmother and father - Langley, B.C.

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To speak with a family lawyer who is dedicated to pursuing equal rights for fathers and protecting the interests of children, contact Gene C. Colman today.

Ontario Dads' Rights Lawyer

At Gene C. Colman Family Law Centre, we aim to transform the family justice system and advance men's rights throughout the country. Equal parenting rights should exist for both mothers and fathers in Canada, and we will continue fighting until equality is achieved. Too often, during a divorce, one parent turns a child against the other. This unfortunate but common occurrence is known as parental alienation. Our lawyers strive to put an end to the battle — for the sake of the children.

Sadly, many separated dads and divorced dads become disenfranchised and are forced to go through an emotional, stressful fight in order to stay in contact with their children. Some are subjected to false abuse allegations, others experience chronic depression and many are stripped of their assets beyond reason.

If you are a single dad seeking child custody and access, obtain legal counsel from a top Toronto fathers' rights lawyer. To learn more about retaining Gene C. Colman Family Law Centre, please review our consultation procedure and contact us today for more information and to schedule a meeting with a team that is ready to work hard for you.

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