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Arlington Heights Fathers’ Rights Attorney

Palatine Family Law Lawyer Fighting for Fathers' Rights

Illinois law clearly states that any parenting arrangement should serve the best interests of the child first. There is no statutory preference for one parent over the other. Still, the potential exists for an unspoken bias to influence the court to favor the mother as caregiver over the father.

If you are a father who is concerned that your parental rights may be in jeopardy, be sure that you have strong representation from an experienced attorney who can protect your interests. At the Law Offices of Donald J. Cosley, our fathers' rights attorney provides results-oriented representation to clients throughout the greater metropolitan Chicago area.

Understanding Your Rights As A Father

Under the law, fathers are entitled to have an equal share of parental responsibilities and parenting time as long as it serves the child's best interests. Parental responsibilities include each parent's decision-making authority with regard to the child's upbringing.

Many attorneys for the mother will attempt to argue that the father should only get limited visitation or parentingtime and have no decision-making responsibilities. When you hire our firm, we will do everything in our power to see that you have all the access and influence in your child's life that you want and are entitled to by law.

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Experienced Arlington Heights Divorce Attorney Protecting Dad's Rights

Contact our office today to discuss your fathers' rights concerns with an experienced Illinois attorney. We can be reached online or by phone. You can call our Arlington Heights office locally at 847-253-3100 or contact us via email. We offer all new clients free initial consultations and represent clients throughout Rolling Meadows, Arlington Heights, Palatine, Barrington, Schaumburg, and the surrounding areas.

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