The best child custody representation for clients in Chicago.
When children are involved in a family break-up, special issues and considerations arise:
- Where will your children live?
- How will you or your spouse split time with the children?
- Will they have to change schools?
- Will they be able to cope?
- What is in their best interest?
Kevin Rosner helps you understand the options and create a plan that is in the best interests of your children. Under Illinois law, there are two forms of child custody – joint and sole. Joint custody allows both parents to participate in the lives of their children and is typically a preferable arrangement. In certain circumstances however, sole custody by one parent may be in the children’s best interests.
From his years of experience, Kevin believes that negotiated or mediated custody arrangements serve the best interests of the children as well as the parents. Not only do these types of agreements keep disputes private and out of court, but they can create mutually agreeable parenting approaches which preserve balance and harmony for any children involved. When agreements cannot be reached, Kevin explores court-mandated actions, pursuing an individual’s rights and remedies to the fullest extent of the law.
While divorce signals the dissolution of a partnership, it often is the beginning of many, many questions for both parties involved. When children are involved, it only further ups the confusion ante. Where will your children live? How will you or your spouse split time with the children between each other? Will they have to change schools? Will they be able to cope? What is in their best interest?
Let Kevin M. Rosner be your trusted advisor and your biggest ally, as he helps defend your right to fair custody. Illinois recognizes two forms of child custody: joint and sole. Joint custody allows for the maximum involvement of both parents in the lives of their children. If handled improperly, however, joint custody can serve as fodder for ongoing disagreement and litigating between parties, causing disruption and upset to a child’s life.
Kevin M. Rosner is here to protect your relationship with your children, and make this process as easy on them, and thereby you, as possible. Mr. Rosner understands the financial and emotional issues at play for all parties involved during a child custody dispute, and will work on your behalf to negotiate an agreement that is in the best interests of you and your children. Contact us now for a free consultation!