DuPage County Mothers' Rights Lawyers
Protecting the Rights of Moms in Wheaton, Naperville and Surrounding Suburbs
In a divorce, it is easy to let emotions play a pivotal role in disputes and mediation. It is the job of your lawyer to ensure that your rights are protected throughout the proceedings. No matter which side of the divorce you are on, both mothers and fathers have significant rights that cannot be ignored.
The DuPage County mothers' rights attorneys at Andrew Cores Family Law Group have a great deal of experience guiding clients through the potential hazards in divorce proceedings. We have a history of examining every aspect of a client's situation and advising him or her on the strengths of his or her case and the obstacles he or she might face.
Recently, a great deal of advertising can be found for aggressive fathers' rights attorneys. If you are the mother in a divorce, you have every right to be represented by tenacious and diligent lawyers yourself. You have made a significant contribution to the marriage and the growth and development of your children. With that contribution comes equal rights and a vocal stake in the outcome of the divorce. Trust our lawyers to advise you of your rights and to protect you every step of the way. Our experience across a wide range of family law practice areas is of great benefit here, and we are always available to answer your questions.
Rights of Unmarried Mothers
In Illinois, unmarried mothers have many of the same rights as those afforded a married mother facing divorce. At Andrew Cores Famiy Law Group, we will work to establish paternity through DNA testing. Once paternity is accurately determined, we will work to ensure the mother is given the same rights regarding child support, parenting time, and child custody as a married mother would.
To arrange a consultation, contact our attorneys by calling 630-871-1002 or by completing our online form. With offices in DuPage County, Cook County, and Kendall County, we have experience helping clients throughout Illinois.