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Illinois Temporary Child Custody Orders | Temporary Orders Allocating Parenting Time and Responsibility

In this article, we will explain Illinois temporary child custody orders, which allocate parenting time and responsibility until a final order is entered by the court.  Prior to 2016, courts used the terms “custody” and “visitation.”  Since 2016, Illinois courts now use the terms “allocation of parenting time and responsibility” instead.  In this article, we will use the terms interchangeably.  

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Illinois Child Custody Appeals Explained | Appealing Allocation of Parenting Time and Responsibility

In this article we will explain appeals of child custody and parenting time orders orders in Illinois. We answer the questions “what types of court orders can you appeal in Illinois?” and “when are child custody orders appealable in Illinois?”  We also explain how to appeal temporary child custody orders in Illinois and the expedited procedure for child custody appeals.

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How to Change Parental Responsibilities | Illinois Child Custody Modification Explained

In this article, we explain how to change parental responsibilities and child custody and explain the difference between modifying parenting time and responsibilities within two years of the last final parenting order.

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