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Bolingbrook child custody lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty explains court-ordered parenting classes.
In this article, our Bolingbrook child custody lawyers explain court-ordered parenting classes. Court-ordered parenting classes are required any time issues relating to parenting time and responsibility are brought before a court in Illinois, unless it is in the best interests of the child that one of the parents not attend. We discuss how to find out which classes are court-approved and the purpose of court-ordered parenting classes in DuPage County and Will County.
Bolingbrook child custody attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains allocation of parenting time and responsibility.
In this article, our Bolingbrook child custody lawyers explain how courts determine the allocation of parenting time and responsibility. Courts weigh several factors in determining how to allocate parenting time, including where each parent lives, the child's school and neighborhood situation, and the parents' wrok schedules. Decision-making authority is usually shared by the parents, but may be allocated separately based on particular categories of decisions.
Bolingbrook child custody attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains the factors courts weigh when determining issues of child custody.
In this article, our Bolingbrook custody lawyers explain how courts determine child custody issues. All decisions relating to child custody and visitation revolve around the "best interests of the child." DuPage and Will County domestic relations courts determine the best interests of the child by weighing several factors required by statute, such as the wishes of everyone involved and the relationships between each parent and the child. They may also weigh other factors referenced in precedential case law, such as a parent's substance abuse.