Experienced Support Through Allocation of Parental Responsibilities/Decision Making and Parenting Time
When married parents divorce or unmarried parents separate, there is no greater issue than the future care and well-being of the children.
In Illinois, these legal matters are referred to as the allocation of parental responsibilities and parenting plans, commonly known as child custody and visitation.
If you are a parent going through a divorce or separation, The Law Office of Robbin D. Vanderwoude is here to protect your parental rights and the best interests of your children.
Robbin D. Vanderwoude has more than 25 years of experience handling sensitive family law matters for clients in Libertyville and throughout surrounding Illinois communities.
Are you seeking a child custody attorney in Lake County? Robbin and her attentive staff are here for you.
Protecting What Matters Most
If there are disagreements concerning the children, Illinois law requires parents to enter into mediation to attempt to resolve them. As a trained mediator, Robbin Vanderwoude can guide you through this process.
She understands there is often bitterness and resentment between parents. She helps her clients set these negative feelings aside so they can focus on the more important goal — protecting the best interests of the children.
Navigating Child Support Issues
While relationships end between parents, the parent-child relationship lasts a lifetime. After a divorce or separation, both parents remain responsible for the care and support of minor children.
The Law Office of Robbin D. Vanderwoude can provide you with skilled representation whether you are seeking child support or paying it. Attorney Vanderwoude can also protect your rights and the rights of your children in child support modification and enforcement issues.
Let Robbin D. Vanderwoude Help
Are children involved in your divorce or separation? Robbin understands, and she can help. To arrange your consultation with an experienced child custody lawyer, please contact her law office online or by telephone at 847-281-5304.