Meet Your Tulsa Fathers Rights Advocate
Brian Jackson is a passionate attorney and relentless legal advocate for fathers, but his first love is his family. As a father, he understands the value of a caring, attentive parent. In his law practice, he endeavors to promote stable men, families and communities.
Born in Boston, Massachusetts, Brian grew up in Cranford, New Jersey. Like many children, his youth was marked by conflict among adults. He was determined to go a different direction. He set his sights high, attending Lock Haven University where he committed himself to success. An aspiring author, he majored in English writing. During his college years, he participated in the University Choir and joined the Kappa Delta Rho fraternity where he served as scholarship chair, pro prator (junior secretary), and student senator.
Brian attended Oklahoma City University on scholarship, during which time he interned with the Oklahoma and Cleveland County District Attorney’s offices.
After law school, Brian began practicing at Jones & Gardner in Vinita, Oklahoma representing clients in a variety of matters including domestic law, criminal law, quiet title actions, small claims court, debt collection, trust litigation, guardianships, and grandparent visitation. After two years of work for Jones & Gardner, Brian along with attorney (and now judge) Joseph Gardner established the firm Gardner & Jackson, PLLC focusing on domestic, criminal, and probate law.
After working on Judge Gardner’s campaign for associate district judge, Brian established a solo practice. While in private practice he also served as the Craig County Drug Court Coordinator for a year, was appointed as the city prosecutor for Adair, and as the municipal judge for the towns of Chelsea and Talala where he still serves to this day.
Outside of work, Jackson enjoys writing, hunting and spending time with his family. He’s the author three science fiction novels.
Brian currently lives in Claremore, Oklahoma and works in downtown Tulsa as an associate with the Wirth Law Group. As a father’s rights attorney, Brian focuses on representing the interests of fathers as a family law attorney in Tulsa and throughout Oklahoma.
Why Did I Become a Father’s Rights Attorney?
By Brian Jackson
I went into law wanting to do something to make a difference. There is a fundamental misunderstanding of the value of fathers in the lives of their children. I grew up in a situation where my parents split at a very young age, and it was extremely contentious between my parents when it came to me and my sister.
I did not get to see a lot of my dad, and I know how that felt growing up. As an attorney, I have had plenty of opportunities to see what can happen when you have a child who has two good parents, and one parent is cut out of the picture.
It is unfortunate that mothers are highly prized, while fathers are all too often treated as if they are disposable. I know fathers are not disposable. Fathers are just as valuable to the child as the mother. Children benefit from knowing both parents. Unless one parent is simply unfit, children deserve to have both parents in their lives.
When the parents are fit, both parents should be in the life of the children. Because, from the child’s perspective, that is their dad. That is their mom. Children deserve to have their parent in their life, regardless of the feelings of the adults.
I went into father’s rights with the idea of fighting for that, fighting for the father’s right to be in his child’s life, but also fighting for the right of the child to know their father – to have that positive adult role model in their lives. Unfortunately, there just are not a lot of voices willing to speak up for fathers. Mothers, yes. Fathers, not so much. This is what led me to becoming an advocate for fathers’ rights.
Contact Me Today to Protect Your Parental Rights
If you are being alienated from your children, or your child’s other parent is not cooperating to allow your children their full rights to know both parents, contact me immediately. If you are an unmarried father, it is urgent that you establish paternity to secure your role in your child’s life. Let me tell you how.
Even if you get along with the other parent on matters of parenting but are getting a divorce, it is important to lay a solid legal foundation for your children’s future. Don’t gamble on somebody else’s trust. Let me help you achieve a fair settlement that will assure you children’s right to know their father. Call me at (918) 994-2111 or send me a message by clicking the consultation button anywhere on this site.