Child custody is one of the most emotionally and logistically challenging aspects of many divorces and situations involving fathers and mothers who were never married. The help of an experienced family law attorney can make all the difference in the world if you are concerned about legal arrangements for your children.
Illinois courts are expected to consider the best interest of a child in awarding custody, which may be either sole (awarded to one parent, who has the right to make decisions about the child’s education, medical care, etc.) or joint (shared between two parents, one of whom is awarded primary physical residence).
At The Muller Firm, we have more than 20 years of experience helping our clients with all aspects of their custody situation. Our attorneys can help you address the issues that are relevant to your case, including:
Our child custody attorneys are committed to ensuring that your children’s best interests are identified and protected. Although your kids’ well-being should always be priority, anger, resentment and emotional turmoil sometimes get in the way. Even in friendly divorce situations, parents don’t always agree about what is best for their children.
Unfortunately, what is best for the children isn’t always black and white. When the allocation of parental responsibilities (formerly known as “child custody”) is left up to a judge or jury, it is vital that all details and evidence are presented in a clear and accurate manner that paints a comprehensive picture so that appropriate determinations can be made. Our experienced attorneys understand parents’ commitment to look after the well-being of their children. We can help you navigate the legal system, prepare and present a solid case, and achieve an appropriate custody arrangement that best serves your child’s needs.
It is essential to have effective legal representation if your goal is to be treated fairly when custody is decided upon. Contact The Muller Firm for advice regarding your case.
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