Detroit Attorney Firm PJ Holman & Associates Renews Commitment To Protect Father’s Parental Rights

(, December 14, 2011 ) Detroit, MI -- Detroit law firm PJ Holman & Associates have renewed their continued ongoing support of father's rights in the State of Michigan, especially Detroit fathers parenting rights.

Twenty years ago, attorney Phillip J. Holman experienced what he now helps other fathers with: the kidnapping of his children through slick maneuvering by a divorce lawyer, where misrepresentation and lies were used to play hard ball in his own divorce case, which had come upon him out of nowhere - so to speak - and because of that situation in his life, Detroit attorney Phillip J. Holman vowed to help fathers everywhere with these type of family law issues, especially Detroit child custody and Detroit parenting time (visitation) issues.

Attorney Holman understands what his clients feel because he has been there himself, he says. "The betrayal I felt that day has stayed with me, and I have come to recognize that my only crime was that of being male in a society that somehow believes that fathers love their children less."

Father's rights is an area of law that Phillip J. Holman & Associates are experienced in, and they are completely prepared and able to assist the Detroit father in securing parental rights.

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About Phillip J. Holman & Associates:

Detroit Attorney Phillip J. Holman and his firm PJ Holman & Associates, PLLC has had a distinguished and successful past of Detroit family law practice. In the past, he has been awarded the distinguished Michigan Lawyer Of The Year award, and Attorney Holman is a highly respected and sought-after authority.

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