DuPage County Attorneys for Allocation of Parental Responsibility
Child Custody Law Firm Serving Wheaton, Lombard, Bloomingdale, and St. Charles
Few issues are more hotly contested in family courts than issues of child custody and parental responsibilities. Child custody disputes are often highly emotional and combative. Whether you are involved in a divorce or paternity and parentage case, it is important to hire an attorney who will fight to protect your interests and the interests of your children. At Mevorah Law Offices LLC, we understand the complex issues that surround child custody. Our attorneys are experienced litigators and negotiators who aggressively advocate for the rights of our clients.
Child Custody Cases in Illinois
In any child custody case, protecting the best interests of the children involved is always paramount. Child custody cases often require input from health professionals and experts. At Mevorah Law Offices LLC, we are dedicated to helping our clients resolve child custody and parental responsibility issues fairly and with minimal emotional distress for the family. We represent both mothers and fathers and offer passionate and compassionate legal counsel.
Child Custody Modifications
As a child grows older or as other circumstances change, it may be in the best interests of the child to change the custody arrangement. For example, custody arrangements may be altered if the custodial parent is now posing a harm to the child's mental or physical well-being. Other changes such as job transfers, an older child wishing to live with the other parent or schedules may also warrant a change in custody.Parental relocation with a child - when the custodial parent wishes to move from the state of Illinois or to another area of the state - can be extremely complicated requiring an experienced counsel at your side.
Illinois Parental Considerations
Thanks to significant family law reforms passed recently, the approach to child custody has changed dramatically in Illinois. Rather than concerning themselves with sole and joint custody, parents will be expected to focus their attention on the best interests of the child. This is to be done through the allocation of parental responsibilites. Neither parent will be a custodial parent nor a non-cusotdial parent; instead each will have specified responsibilities and rights to parenting time, rather than "visitation," with the child.
Our firm is experienced in handling these types of post decree modifications as well as those involving child support and visitation or parenting time. Contact us at 630-932-9100. We offer evening and weekend hours, free initial consultation and 5 locations to serve you in DuPage County, Will County and Kane County, Illinois.