Cordell & Cordell attorney Tammy Repaso was featured in a St. Louis Post-Dispatch article as the lawyer for a father fighting for custody of his child with the child’s disabled mother.
The mother and father share joint custody, but Repaso’s client is seeking full custody. Unfortunately, the case is being painted that the father is going after full custody solely based on the mother’s disability.
However, Repaso told the newspaper, “We would never pursue custody based solely on disability or disease of a parent. Instead, these matters are based on the best interest of the child.”
Click the link to read the full story on the custody battle.
At Cordell & Cordell, we regard it as a basic truth that father-child relationship is as important as the mother-child relationship, and that gender-based discrimination in family court is unconscionable. Representing a father in a custody case is a challenging task requiring skill and experience.
In a system seemingly predisposed against them, men can only hope to succeed by using all the help available to them, both legally and strategically. Cordell & Cordell has built its practice on helping men do just that.
Tammy Repaso is a Litigation Manager in the St. Charles, Missouri, office of Cordell & Cordell, where she practices exclusively in the area of domestic relations. To schedule an appointment with her, please contact Cordell & Cordell.