Parenting Time & Visitation
Staunch Advocacy from Our Chicago Divorce Lawyers
In many divorces, arriving at a child custody agreement is only part of determining how both parents will continue to spend time with and raise their children. When there is a parent that is not awarded residential custody, that parent has parenting time and visitation rights under the Illinois Marriage and Dissolution of Marriage Act.
If you are approaching your divorce and have concerns about visitation, then we invite you to contact us at Kogut & Wilson, L.L.C. today. Our proven Chicago divorce attorneys have more than two decades of combined family law experience and handled hundreds of cases in this practice area. We’re ready to help you assert your role and child’s life and diligently pursue a reasonable parenting time and visitation plan on your behalf.
Call our firm at (312) 565-4100 to start exploring your options. Our compassionate team is ready to speak with you.
Gone are the days where children visit their non-custodial parents every other weekend. The courts now recognize that both parents should have a substantial role in the life of their children. While every family is different, many non-custodial parents can expect generous visitation time with their children.
There are, however, a few circumstances where visiting time may be limited by the court. In these cases, the court may be concerned about the welfare of the child and restrict visiting time or even assign supervision.
Visitation can be limited if:
- There are domestic violence issues
- The non-custodial parent has a criminal history
- The non-custodial parent has substance abuse issues
- The non-custodial parent is residing with romantic partner
Like other divorce terms, parenting time and visitation can be modified if there is a significant change in a parent’s circumstances. No matter what your concerns are, our firm is ready to listen, discuss your options, and ensure that the court is thoroughly informed of your critical role in the life of your child.
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