When you have a family law dispute, it is extremely important to work with a Chicago family law firm that has experience advocating for clients in cases similar to your own. At Arami Law, we have years of experience serving families in Chicago, throughout Cook County, and into the greater Chicagoland area.
We provide personalized service to each of our clients, recognizing the importance of tailoring our approach to the specific needs of your case. If you have questions or concerns about any family law issue ranging from divorce to child custody to grandparent visitation, an advocate at our firm can assist you.
Our Chicago family law attorneys handle a wide variety of cases involving legal issues affecting the family, including but not limited to:
The Illinois Marriage and Dissolution of Marriage Act (IMDMA) governs many family law matters in Chicago, but we have experience assisting clients with numerous legal issues that arise in Illinois and can speak with you about moving forward with your case.
There are many different kinds of financial matters that arise in a divorce, from the distribution of marital property and spousal maintenance to child support. Our family law firm can help to negotiate a property settlement in your divorce and to assist with any questions or concerns about spousal maintenance.
We also serve families who need assistance with child support, including questions about the newer income shares model in Illinois as well as child support collections concerns.
Whether you need assistance with child custody matters during your divorce, or if you were never married to your child’s other parent and need help developing a parenting plan or proving paternity, one of the family law attorneys at Arami Law can help with your case.
In Chicago, the IMDMA no longer talks about child custody, but instead uses the term “allocation of parental responsibilities.” Parental responsibilities include making important decisions about the child’s upbringing and welfare, as well as parenting time, which involves providing daily caretaking functions for the child. If you and your spouse can agree to allocate parental responsibilities in a way that is in the best interests of the child, you can develop a parenting plan that the court can approve. Otherwise, the court will allocate parental responsibilities through an allocation judgment.
When there is a significant change in circumstances, you can also request to have your allocation judgment or parenting plan modified. Your family lawyer can help.
Arami Law is committed to assisting families with many different types of family law matters, from issues arising out of divorce to modifications. Our family law firm in Chicago can help with your case. Contact Arami Law today to learn more about our services.
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