Involved In A Custody Dispute? We Can Help You Protect Your Family.
Not every family is able to stay together. If you are thinking of ending your relationship, and you and your spouse or partner have children together, it is important that you understand the steps needed to protect the time that you will have with your children once the relationship is over.
At Castle Law, we are committed to helping you remain involved in your child’s life.
Keeping Focus On The Best Interests Of Your Child
While your custody and visitation rights are set at the time of the decree, by no means are they permanent. A change in a parent’s work schedule, relocation, or a change in the other parent’s lifestyle or behavior can cause a parent to pursue a change in custody or visitation. At Castle Law, we represent clients in post-decree modification actions involving child custody and visitation.
It is often very challenging to keep emotions out of custody or property disputes. We will be by your side to protect your parental rights, helping you avoid being forced into an agreement that results in you losing time with your child. Our lawyer is able to assist with a number of issues concerning child custody and support, including:
- Child custody
- Visitation rights
- Shared parenting plans
- Post-decree modifications to custody and visitation
- Parental relocations and move-aways
- Grandparent visitation rights
- Visitation rights for unmarried fathers
- Unpaid child support
These are extremely important issues, and we work tirelessly to find a solution that is right for you. If we cannot find an agreement on these issues, we are ready to step inside the courtroom to allow you to achieve your goals.
Contact Us To Learn More About Our Firm
If you have questions about how we can help you, contact Castle Law by calling our Joliet office at 815-744-7031, our Homer Glen office at 708-251-4690 or by email to schedule an appointment with an experienced family law attorney. We have offices conveniently located in Homer Glen, Joliet, and Crest Hill.