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Kane County custody attorney Kevin O'Flaheryt explains the allocation of parenting time and responsibility.
In this article, our Kane County child custody lawyers explain allocation of parenting time and responsibility. We discuss the factors courts consider in determining how to allocate parenting time, including the distance between the parents' residences, the location of the child's school, and the parents' work schedules. We also discuss the different types of decision-making authority that courts can allocate among the parents.
Kane County child custody lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty explains factors courts consider in determining child custody issues.
In this article, our Kane County custody attorneys delve into more detail on the factors that courts consider in determining issues of custody and visitation. The allocation of parenting time and responsibility is based on the "best interest of the child." Courts determine the best interest of the child by weighing several factors listed in the Illinois Marriage and Dissolution of Marriage Act, as well as several factors established by case law precedent.
Kane County child custody attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains how parenting time and responsibility is allocated in order of protection proceedings.
In this article, we explain how parenting time and responsibility is allocated in order of protection proceedings. An order of protection proceeding is initiated when one party files a petition seeking to protect herself or himself and/or a protected party such as a child from abuse at the hands of a family or household member. If the petitioner and defendant in the order of protection proceeding are parents of a child together, the court can determinine custody and visitation issues in the proceeding.