Parental Responsibilities (Child Custody)
Naperville Parental Responsibility AttorneysrnrnAt the Illinois family law firm of Sullivan Taylor, Gumina & Palmer, P.C., nothing is more important than ensuring the needs of our clients’ families are met, especially when children are involved. Divorce is difficult enough, but it is always best to contact an attorney to minimize the emotional impact a child custody dispute can have on a family.
Our attorneys have extensive legal experience serving families throughout Naperville, Illinois and DuPage County, in addition to Cook County, Kane County, Will County, DeKalb County and Kendall County. We have the ability to provide families with different options regarding parental responsibility arrangements. With the help of a child custody attorney guiding you through Illinois laws surrounding the delicate issues of parental responsibilities and visitation/parenting time rights, you may be able to agree on a divorce settlement that will reflect what’s in the best interest of the child.
Allocation of Parental Responsibilities Provisions for Illinois Parents
Illinois family law allows the court to make a decision regarding parental responsibilities, usually when parents cannot reach an agreement of their own, either through mediation or the collaborative process. Sometimes, litigation is the only remaining option when that happens.
The attorneys at Sullivan Taylor, Gumina & Palmer, P.C., are strong advocates for children, and we regularly work with parents to reduce the hostilities that can be associated with divorce. We often serve as Guardians ad litem should any child require his or her own representation, and we are not afraid to explore alternative child custody options, such as grandparents’ rights, if the parents cannot reach a parenting agreement that would benefit the child.
Contact our child custody and parental responsibility attorneys if you have any questions about your parental rights. Our priority is to help clients and their families reach a favorable solution, including custody and parental responsibility cases involving child relocation to another part of the state or outside of Illinois. We are also experienced in matters requiring our skills with the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction.