Preserving A Place For Illinois Fathers
It may seem like the law always sides with the mother when it comes to child custody, allocation of parental responsibility and parenting time. However, barring a few very narrow exceptions, a father has the absolute right to spend time with his children. If you feel that your case is one-sided, it is in your best interest and the best interests of your children to seek a qualified attorney to protect your rights as a father.
Our attorneys have substantial family law experience. We understand the positive impact fathers can have on their children’s lives. Let us help you preserve your role as a father. Call our office at 630-230-1468.
The Best Interests Of The Children
In Illinois, a judge will make a decision based on the best interests of the children. If a father poses a physical or psychological threat of endangerment to the children, his rights will likely be restricted. Understand that a history of drug abuse, alcohol abuse, felonies and violent tendencies will negatively affect the outcome of child custody and allocation of parental responsibility cases and visitation or parenting time arrangements.
However, barring exceptions that could pose a health risk or threat to the children, you absolutely have the right to see your kids. Do not allow someone to unduly restrict your rights as a father. If you are being taken advantage of, it is time to seek a qualified attorney to defend your rights.
Call Us Today To Seek Protection Of Your Fathers’ Rights
The family law attorneys at Fay, Farrow & Associates P.C. have been protecting families in the greater Chicago area since our firm was established in 1979. We have substantial family law experience and can help you ensure that your fathers’ rights are protected. We understand the urgency many people feel when they are plagued by fears of their future, so we offer a completely free initial consultation.
You have nothing to lose, so pick up the phone today and give us a call at 630-230-1468 or reach out to our office online. Family law can at times feel stressful, but we can give you peace of mind.