Schaumburg Child Custody Lawyer
Schaumburg Child Visitation Attorney
Raising children is no easy task. We know that. When you come to the Law Offices of Robert M. Kaplan, P.C., in Schaumburg, Illinois, you will be represented by a lawyer who is also the parent of college-aged children. Whether you are going through a divorce or you have a child custody issue related to a paternity case, you can be certain that we will take great care to protect and maintain your relationship with your children. Along the way, you can count on our insight on the vast array of non-legal challenges that also come along with being a divorced parent.
What Will Your Relationship With Your Children Look Like?
You may have heard terms like legal custody* and physical custody, joint custody, and sole custody, and parenting plans. At the end of the day, you are not interested in the legal jargon. You simply want to know that your relationship with your children will be protected. Thankfully, there are a wide variety of child custody and visitation options available.
Do you want to have sole custody of your child because you are worried about your child being exposed to danger when in the care of your former spouse? Are you in the military and concerned about maintaining a long-distance relationship with your child? Have you and your former spouse resolved all of your differences and willing to split your child's time equally? No matter what your situation is, we can help.
Modification Of Child Custody And Visitation Arrangements
Child custody and visitation arrangements often need to be changed. Whether you are moving, have changed your work schedule, have gotten remarried or encountered any other major change of circumstances, we can help you modify your child custody arrangements.
Free Consultations Are Available
To discuss your case with a Schaumburg child custody attorney, contact us today. We offer child custody law advice in Cook County including Schaumburg, Hoffman Estates, and Rolling Meadows. Our office is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Evening and weekend appointments are available.
*In the state of Illinois the terms "child custody" and "visitation" are no longer formally used and are being replaced by "parenting time" and "parenting responsibilities".