Father’s Rights Lawyer
If you’re a father going through a divorce or thinking about separating from the mother of your children, you may have concerns that your gender will be at a disadvantage in family court. No doubt, you have a lot of questions about how divorce will affect your relationship with your children. For men passionate about being a father, it’s important to work with a father’s rights lawyer early in the divorce process as the decisions made now will impact you and your children for a lifetime. It can be tempting to want to hurry through the divorce process to put it behind you.
Feel like the odds are stacked against you? With an Anderson & Boback lawyer who understands fathers rights by your side, you’ll be ready to fight for your rights and preserve the important bond you have with your children.
A father’s rights lawyer understands your rights as a father and the importance of a child custody arrangement which explores all areas of the father’s custody rights and truly takes into account what’s best for your children. Anderson & Boback provides the critical experience needed to fight for fathers and custody arrangements in the best interest of the children.
Father’s Custody Rights
Long gone are the days with mothers staying home solely in charge of raising the children. As a father, you’ve shared in the responsibility of caring for and building a strong relationship with your children. Going through a divorce does not have to change the importance of your role as a father. Today, fathers are and can be as involved as they want to be in all aspects of raising their children and your child custody arrangement should reflect that.
When you’re facing a divorce or separation, one of the most important things you can do is talk to a father’s rights lawyer about your custody rights. In Illinois, custody agreements are now referred to as Allocation Judgments, where both the mother’s, and father’s custody rights are detailed in a plan allocating each parent’s responsibilities. A child allocation plan details specific issues related to the child such as how much time will be spent with the child, how they will be transported back and forth, and who is responsible for decision-making on behalf of the child.
Fathers can be as involved as they want to be with child allocation judgments in Illinois since the law allows parents to choose areas of responsibility. Mothers can be responsible for school decisions while fathers make decisions regarding extracurricular activities or things like medical care. While both parents want what’s best for their children, the reality is many divorcing parents find it challenging to agree on a child allocation plan. Cases become even more complex and emotionally charged when a parent wants to move out of the state.
It’s never too early to speak with a father’s rights lawyer from an experienced law firm concentrating on Illinois family law to get the answers that you need and effective representation of your custody rights as a father.
A Father’s Rights Lawyer You Can Trust
Anderson & Boback are skilled negotiators and mediators, working with fathers every day to determine amicable child allocation plans designed for the best interest of the child or children. Once the child allocation plan is approved by the judge it becomes enforceable by the court and must be adhered to by both parties.
Make sure your child allocation plan takes into account your custody rights as a father before it is approved by the court.
It’s important to know your child allocation plan can only be altered with a legal modification. Don’t wait to get started on the plan that is in the best interest of you and your children. Contact the highly respected law firm of Anderson & Boback to speak with a father’s rights lawyer that will fight for you.