DuPage County Fathers' Rights Lawyers

Kane County, IL Attorneys Protecting Fathers' Rights

Father's RightsTimes and trends are changing. Fathers are more frequently becoming the residential parent in child custody matters. It is important that fathers understand the rights they have regarding their children.

At Andrew Cores Family Law Group, we stand behind fathers that are interested in seeking residential custody of their children and being a solid and constant influence in their children's lives. We also handle child support matters that may involve a mother paying support to a father that has residential custody over the children in the case.

The fathers' rights attorneys at our firm are committed to helping our clients understand the law and seek the custody and support arrangements to which they are entitled. Though our firm does advocate for fathers' rights when necessary, we provide thorough and aggressive representation to parents, both men and women, who are seeking an end to their family law case. Contact us for more information on the services we offer.

Fighting for Fathers' Rights

In some child custody battles, a father needs to have his parental rights protected if he wishes to secure custody of his children. Although perceptions are changing, as well as relevant laws, stereotypes still exist. Judges may look at a father as the breadwinner and a mother as the nurturing caretaker. This bias may favor granting custody to a child's mother.

As your legal representatives, we present your case, showing you are just as involved in your child's life as his or her mother. We work to show the court it is in the best interest of both you and your children to continue your relationship.

If you are concerned about protecting your rights as a father, contact an attorney at Andrew Cores Family Law Group, by calling 630-871-1002. We can help you understand your rights under Illinois law. We have successfully helped many clients located in DuPage County, Kane County, Will County and Kendall County.

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