Helping you navigate child custody issues during divorce

Helping you navigate child custody issues during divorce

17629808_S.jpgDivorce is never easy even when spouses enter the process mutually and with a positive attitude. Dissolution requires serious decision-making and most divorcing couples in Illinois and elsewhere encounter complex divorce issues. Divorcing with children and further complicate the matter. Parents not only have to make major choices regarding their personal post-divorce life but they also have to consider the lives of their children. In fact, almost every decision made during dissolution can impact a child.

Child custody matters can get messy and even be the cause of many disputes during and after the divorce process. While it is not easy to go from having a child all the time to having them half the time or less, when entering a joint custody arrangement, there are many factors to consider. At the Stange Law Firm, P.C., our experienced attorneys have helped countless parents in the Springfield area tackle custody issues.

Whether you seek to enter a joint custody arrangement or develop a co-parenting relationship, it is important to consider the needs and interests of everyone involved. With regards to the children, their best interests often determine what the best arrangement will be. Courts often use the best interests standard, and our skilled attorneys are prepared to help parent prove that their proposed arrangement in fact meets these standards.

To learn more check out our law firm’s child custody website. Whether you are seeking to reach a custody agreement, enforce a current order or propose modification to a current order, it is important to understand the process and the rights afforded to everyone involved.

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