Parental Allocation Responsibility
In 2016, the law changed. Illinois no longer uses the term custody. Custody is now called parental allocation responsibility, which is decision making. Visitation is now called parenting time, which is the actual physical time each parent is with the child. Decision making is divided into 4 categories: education, health, religion, and extracurricular activities. The court or the parties can agree to one or both of the parents the significant decision-making responsibility for each significant issue affecting the child. The court will look at the family’s past behaviors and patterns to determine which parent should make the different decisions for the child.
Our task as your lawyer is to put your point of view before the court in the best possible way. Boyle Feinberg, P.C., with offices in Chicago and Arlington Heights, has enjoyed great success doing this for loving parents for nearly 30 years.
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A Parental Allocation Attorney In Chicago Who Cares About You And Your Child
Parental allocation responsibility cases can be very sad, because almost always, no matter how they are resolved, neither parent will get to be with his or her child seven days a week. Both the mother and the father lose something precious.
At Boyle Feinberg, P.C., we are mindful of this fact, and promise to defend your interests while honoring the interests of the one you love.
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Choose a parental allocation lawyer in divorce proceedings who cares. Contact the lawyers of Boyle Feinberg, P.C., at 312-376-8860 or 847-394-3940.