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Kane County Parenting Time & Visitation Attorney


Family Lawyer Serving Kane, DuPage & Cook County

When parents divorce or separate, one of the biggest points of contention can be the allocation of parenting time.  One parent may want a near-equal division of parenting time, an approach previously called joint physical custody but now called shared parenting time.  Or, one parent may want to limit the other's parenting time to just a few days per month.  Transportation between homes, changing school districts, vacation plans, and holiday sharing can also be points of disagreement.

Attorney Viviana Ramirez understands that the prospect of not seeing your children on a daily basis can be distressing.  Adjusting to new routines can be stressful for everyone.

It can be helpful to remember that, in the vast majority of cases, children benefit from having a close relationship with both of their parents. While you may not always have physical care of your children, you can create a parenting time plan that provides for daily contact with your children through phone calls, instant messaging, and video calling.  Depending on your unique needs, we will help you thoughtfully craft a solution that addresses both parents' needs and provides the best outcome for your children.

If you are dealing with parenting time and visitation matters, contact us today for a free consultation!  From our law offices in Aurora & Chicago Illinois, Ramirez Law proudly serves clients throughout Kane County, DuPage County, Kendall County and Cook County including, but not limited to, North Aurora, Batavia, Geneva, St. Charles, Elgin, Wheaton, Warrenville, Naperville, Elburn, Campton Hills, Wayne, Winfield and the city of Chicago.

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