DuPage County, IL Grandparents' Rights Attorneys

Grandparents' Rights Attorneys Serving Wheaton and Naperville, IL

Grandparents' Rights Having a relationship with their grandparents is an important part of a child's upbringing. Whenever possible, our lawyers at Andrew Cores Family Law Group encourage parents to make their children available and work with the grandparents to arrange visitation schedules. Unfortunately, some grandparents must engage in a legal battle in order to see their grandchildren.

Our firm is able to assess the situation and determine whether or not the grandparents are entitled to visitation rights. We strive to make decisions that are in the best interests of the children while keeping our clients' goals in mind.

Since this is a complex area of the law, you need an attorney that is able to effectively interpret and explain the laws that govern grandparents' rights. Our firm prides itself on understanding Illinois visitation laws as they apply to grandparents.

In addition to handling cases involving grandparents, we also represent other family members, such as siblings, aunts, and uncles, in gaining visitation whenever possible.


By giving guardianship to a grandparent, the court is giving legal authority to a responsible individual that can act in the best interests of the child. In instances where a parent or parents are in a difficult situation and unable to properly care for their child, there are legal ways in which we may pursue a guardianship over the child for the grandparents.

If you have concerns about grandparents' rights, contact a lawyer at Andrew Cores Family Law Group today through this Web site or by calling 630-871-1002. We have helped grandparents gain guardianship throughout Illinois from our offices in Illinois, including DuPage County and Kane County.

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