Spending quality time with each parent plays an important role in a child’s growth and development. At the Women’s Divorce & Family Law Group, we know that in situations involving single or divorced parents, remaining active and engaged in your child’s life can prove challenging. Our Cook County parenting time lawyers can guide you through legal negotiations and court proceedings. Named as one of the Best Family Law Firms in the Chicago area by the American Institute of Family Law Attorneys, we can help you establish parenting time arrangements that protect your rights and your child’s best interests.
In child custody proceedings, attitudes have changed over the years. Previously, one parent would be named as the sole custodian, while the other gets visitation. In 2016, the laws in Illinois changed. Under the Illinois Compiled Statutes (750 ILCS 5/600), the court now favors joint parenting time arrangements.
At the Women’s Divorce & Family Law Group, our Cook County parenting time lawyers, we can guide you through these proceedings, ensure any orders issued take into consideration the specific circumstances involved in your case. Factors the court is likely to consider in making parenting time arrangements include:
In Cook County, parenting time arrangements are made through the use of an approved parenting plan. At Women’s Divorce & Family Law Group, our Cook County parenting time lawyers can guide you in negotiations regarding important details such as:
Spending time with their children is a top priority for most parents. At the Women’s Divorce & Family Law Group, we help defend and protect this important relationship. To discuss options that may be available in your case, contact our Cook County parenting time lawyers and request a free consultation today.
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