You Are Still A Parent When Your Marriage Ends

We Protect Your Rights To Be With Your Child

For couple facing a divorce or the end of a nonmarital relationship with children, the primary concern is often the custody and welfare of the children before, during, and after the legal process is completed. Whether you will seek to be the custodial parent or not, it is important to ensure your rights are secured and that your children are fairly and adequately protected. At Hubeny & Zaba, LLC, in Westmont, Illinois, our family law lawyers provide experienced, compassionate counsel to protect the rights of our clients and the best interests of their children.

Custody, Parenting Time And Visitation Agreements

A custody arrangement will determine where a child resides, the role of each parent, where a child attends school, and other critical factors in caretaking. The parenting agreement will also dictate when a child will be under the care of one parent or another, vacations, holiday time, and any other special needs. These cases are highly fact and case specific, so it is important to work with an experienced attorney who can best represent your interests through negotiations or in court. Our Westmont child custody attorneys are experienced with cases involving:

  • Custody and parenting schedules
  • Determinations of vacation and holiday custody
  • Modifications and enforcement of orders
  • Relocation and out-of-state modifications
  • Joint custody and sole custody
  • Enforcement of visitation rights
  • Grandparent rights
  • Alcohol or substance abuse issues

Modifications And Enforcement

After a divorce, life's circumstances and the needs of your children may change. Our child custody and divorce attorneys will evaluate and assess your needs and take appropriate action to secure a modification or enforcement of an order. A modification may be necessary in the event of a move or relocation, special needs, or security or safety issues that affect your children.

Contact Us For A Free Consultation

Call 630-455-0500 or contact us by e-mail to arrange a free consultation directly with one of our Westmont and Downers Grove visitation and child custody attorneys. We respond promptly to all emails and after-hours messages.