Parenting Plans In Illinois
Located in Barrington, Illinois, Richard W. Culver, Ltd. provides objective assessments and representation pertaining to proposed Parenting Plans in matrimonial and/or family law cases. Consider Richard W. Culver, Ltd. to help you protect and preserve your legal rights concerning a child matter.
If there are legal issues pertaining to your you minor child or children, you may be thinking some of the following questions: What is a Parenting Plan? What are the possible terms and provisions contained within a Parenting Plan? Is a Parenting Plan modifiable? Is a Parenting Plan enforceable? At Richard W. Culver, Ltd., trusted attorney Blake Austin Culver can help answer your questions concerning a proposed Parenting Plan in a matrimonial and/or family case, and Blake can help evaluate your specific situation.
New Changes to Illinois Divorce and Family Law
Effective January 1, 2016, the term "parental responsibility" will be used in place of the term "custody." Moreover, the term "parenting time" will be used in place of the term "visitation" with respect to time during which a parent is responsible for exercising caretaking functions and non-significant decision-making responsibilities regarding the child.Parenting Plans:
A Parenting Plan is utilized when both parents have agreed that one parent will have sole parental responsibilities of the minor child or children. A Parenting Plan specifies, among other things, that one parent will be responsible for the personal care of the minor child or children and for the significant decisions, such as education, extracurricular activities, health care, and religious training. In addition, a Parenting Plan provides the parenting time schedule. For more information regarding the allocation judgment or parenting plan, see Parental Responsibility/Child Custody, as well as allegations of parental unfitness. For more information concerning modification of an allocation judgment or parenting plan, see Modification. And, for more information regarding enforcement of an allocation judgment or parenting plan, see Enforcement or Contempt.
Because of the complexity and the significant legal implications involved in the preparation and the drafting of a proposed Parenting Plan, it is prudent to seek the counsel of a dedicated matrimonial and family law attorney. At Richard W. Culver, Ltd., attorney Blake Austin Culver can help you learn more about the possible terms and provisions contained within a proposed Parenting Plan.Contact a Barrington Parenting Plans Lawyer
If you have any questions or concerns pertaining to a proposed Parenting Plan in a matrimonial and/or family law case, call 847-382-2900 or complete the contact form to arrange a confidential initial consultation at Richard W. Culver, Ltd. Evening and weekend appointments are available in order to accommodate clients' schedules.