Illinois Child Custody and Visitation Attorneys
Experienced Child Custody and Visitation Representation in Cook County
One of the most important decisions that needs to be made during a divorce is in regards to determining child custody and visitation. While we still refer to it here as custody and visitation as they are common terms, it is now called determination of Parental Responsibilities. This is one of the reasons you have a lawyer, to make you are up to date with any changes in the law. The courts will need to make a decision that is in the best interest of the child or children and this is not always easy to determine. The main issue usually is who the child will live with primarily and what the parenting schedule will look like. It will also need to be decided if there is going to be sole or joint custody. Since this can be a challenging situation, it is best to seek the expertise of a child custody attorney to help you.
Every family is completely unique and Tristano & Tristano, Ltd. has experience with all types of family arrangements following a divorce. We will take the time to get to know your family and will let you know what your child custody and visitation options are. In order to get the best outcome possible for your family, we may also consult with child psychologists, educational specialists and developmental experts. We understand that your child’s future is at stake and will do everything we can to create the best situation possible for your family.
In a contested divorce, child custody and visitation is usually one of the elements that is the most combative. This can be especially difficult if the situation involves one parent moving out of state with the child. Since there are bound to be such high emotions involved, it is especially important to have experienced legal representation to help you through the complex legal issues.
We have the necessary skills and experience to offer you legal advice on even the most complex child custody and visitation issues. We will be a fierce advocate for your best interests and will help your family to find a solution that will be in the best interest of the child.