Protecting Parental Rights In Parental Responsibility And Child Support Matters

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Arriving at a reasonable and workable child custody arrangement is one of the most difficult aspects of a divorce for many parents. Emotions can influence the decision-making process. Conflicts between parents about what will serve the best interests of the children often are the most contentious disputes in divorce.

The accomplished lawyers at the Law Offices of Johnson & Buh in Geneva, Wheaton and Sycamore understand how important your parental rights and your relationships with your children are to you. We offer seasoned guidance and staunch advocacy to obtain the best possible outcome under the law.

Illinois lawmakers recently eliminated the terms child custody and visitation from the Illinois Marriage and Dissolution of Marriage Act. What was once considered a child custody dispute is now viewed as the allocation of parental responsibilities. Visitation arrangements are now considered parenting time rights.

Our Trial Lawyers Focus On Results

While the new terminology signals a new philosophical direction for determining matters involving children in divorce, we remain devoted to obtaining results to serve the parental rights of our clients and the well-being of their children. You need a parenting plan that works for you. To that end we draw on our substantial experience crafting tailored solutions for clients to resolve child custody and child support disputes with a focus on state of the art legal analysis.

As a respected litigation law firm, we are well-prepared to fight for the best interests of our clients every step of the way. When the opposing side is unwilling to negotiate reasonably, our attorneys stand strong in court to obtain the best outcome possible.

One Call Can Make A Difference

To learn more about how our experience in family law can benefit you in resolving divorce issues involving your child, send us an email or call 630-478-9971. The initial consultation is always free. We serve clients in DeKalb and Kane counties and throughout northern Illinois.