Spending time with children and participating in their daily activities is crucial to forming a strong relationship. This can prove challenging in situations in which the parents are divorced or otherwise no longer together. At Sabuco, Beck, Hansen & Massino, P.C., we understand the serious disputes that can arise in these types of cases. With over 125 years combined experience, our Will County visitation attorneys help to protect your rights in making arrangements that are in both your and the child’s best interests.
For unmarried parents and those going through a divorce, child custody and visitation are often sensitive and potentially contentious issues. The Illinois family court generally encourages allocating parenting responsibility through joint child custody arrangements that allow both parents to continue playing an active and engaged role in their child’s life. However, there are situations in which one is awarded custody, while the other gets visitation.
At Sabuco, Beck, Hansen & Massino, P.C., we provide the professional legal representation clients need in making these arrangements. Areas in which we can assist you include:
In making arrangements regarding child visitation, the Illinois Compiled Statutes require that you and the other parent submit a parenting plan. This outlines physical custody arrangements, along with authority in making decisions on behalf of your child. At Sabuco, Beck, Hansen & Massino, P.C., our Will County visitation attorneys can negotiate on your behalf in arranging details of these agreements, which include:
There is nothing more important than the relationship between you and your child, and our Will County visitation attorneys at Sabuco, Beck, Hansen & Massino, P.C. are here to ensure that relationship is protected. Call or contact our office and request a consultation to see how we can assist you.
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