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Advocating For Your Parental Rights In Child Custody Cases

Regardless of what type of divorce you are going through or the difficulties and the challenges you might encounter, one thing remains absolutely certain: your children require the best love and care that is available to them. Our children are the most important parts of our lives, and we must do everything in our power to ensure their safety.

What Are the Factors That Influence Parental Responsibility?

The determination of child custody in Illinois is based on the best interest of the child standard. The court considers relevant factors, including but not limited to:

  • Both the parents' and child's wishes
  • The family dynamic, including relationships with siblings and extended family
  • The child's home, school, and community
  • The mental and physical health of all individuals involved
  • Any history of physical violence or abuse in the home or by the parents
  • Each parent's willingness to foster a positive relationship between the child and the other parent

Illinois courts use the term "parenting time" to describe how unmarried or divorced parents can share the joys and responsibilities of caring for a child. We can advocate for a parenting plan that suits your needs as well as the needs of your child.

Discuss Your Child Custody Concerns With Our Lawyers

A child custody case can be frightening if you do not understand the intricacies and nuances of the law. That is one reason why seeking experienced help is critical to ensuring the safety of your children. At Fay, Farrow & Associates, P.C., our lawyers have extensive family law experience. We can represent you while working to help protect your children.

Our initial consultations are absolutely free, so give our Naperville office a call at 630-961-0060 or email us to learn how we can serve and protect your loved ones. Representing clients in DuPage, Will, Cook, and surrounding counties.

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