A Parenting/Child Custody Law Firm
Fighting for Parenting/Child Custody can be expensive and emotionally exhausting for parents and children alike. If you are going through or have gone through a divorce, our lawyers can guide you through the Parenting/Child Custody process smoothly and with professional compassion.
If you have children, our lawyers will assist you to minimize potential impact on your children.
A Chicago Parenting/Child Custody Law Firm for Parents and Children
Our lawyers are diligent and understand all of the nuances involved in divorce and Parenting/Child Custody cases. We have represented thousands of parents and children in Parenting/Child Custody cases throughout Illinois, including Chicago, Wheaton, Arlington Heights and Barrington. The lawyers at Miriam Cooper’s office will walk you through all of your options, ensuring that we take the best approach for you in moving through the divorce and Parenting/Child Custody process.
Miriam Cooper represents both parents and children, often appointed by the court to serve as an advocate for the child (guardian ad litem or child representative). In this role, Ms. Cooper advises the court on the best interests of that child or children. Her attuned perception and insight, from her years of experience in Parenting/Child Custody, divorce, and visitation, cue her into the complexities that influence Parenting/Child Custody awards. We are often able to avoid Parenting/Child Custody battles by crafting creative solutions that satisfy all parties and the court, such as shared Parenting/Child Custody and co-parenting, when necessary.
Joint Parenting/Child Custody and Sole Custody
There are two legal forms of Parenting/Child Custody in Illinois:
How the Court Decides:
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Call our office today at 847-995-8800 to speak with one of our lawyers to discuss how we can help you resolve your legal issues. We can work together to get you the relief you need.
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