At the Women’s Divorce & Family Law Group, we know that time spent with your child plays an important role in bonding and nurturing the relationship. As experienced Chicago parenting time lawyers, we defend your rights in negotiations and court proceedings pertaining to child time-sharing agreements. Recognized as one of the best family law firms in the Chicago area by the American Institute of Family Law Attorneys and featured in both O, the Oprah Magazine and Elle, we will provide aggressive, professional legal representation to protect the rights of both you and your child in these situations.
Under the Illinois Compiled Statutes (750 ILCS 5/600), the court favors joint parenting time arrangements as a way of keeping both parents active and engaged in their child’s life.
Factors the court considers in these cases include:
In Chicago and other areas of Cook County, parents going through a divorce or involved in child time sharing dispute are required to submit a parenting plan to the court. This outlines parental rights and responsibilities and may form the basis for future orders in the case.
At the Women’s Divorce & Family Law Group, our Chicago parenting time lawyers can help you in negotiating the best possible plan for you and your child. Areas to address include:
At the Women’s Divorce & Family Law Group, we know that your children are your most precious assets. If you are facing the prospect of child time-sharing disputes or negotiations, reach out and contact our Chicago parenting time lawyers to request a free consultation today.
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