Effects Of Domestic Violence On Child Custody

DuPage County Domestic Violence Effect on Child Custody

Domestic violence cases can impact child custody rights. If you need assistance, contact Donahue, Sowa & Magana.

If you've been charged with a domestic violence crime, it will be used against you in child custody decisions. This could mean a denial of custody rights or limited and supervised visitation.

Resolving domestic violence disputes can be crucial to your success in attaining child custody rights. If you're facing charges, contact an experienced domestic violence defense attorney who knows the complex nature of child custody hearings.

Call Donahue, Sowa & Magana today at 630-232-1780 or contact us online.

The top priority of courts in child custody cases is to act in the best interest of the child. In order to accomplish this, they will consider domestic violence history a major factor when deciding custody and visitation rights.

If a parent has been deemed to be violent or abusive, he or she may be given very limited visitation rights with a child.

You have certain rights and protections. Stand up for them.

If you have questions about the impact of domestic violence charges on child custody cases, contact Donahue, Sowa & Magana today to speak to an attorney with years of experience litigating cases involving all aspects of domestic issues. Call us at 630-232-1780 or contact us online.

Two convenient locations.

Naperville: 630-505-5200 Geneva: 630-232-1780
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DUI Criminal Lawyers
Naperville Office 1555 Bond Street, Suite 103, Naperville, IL 60563 630-505-5200 630-596-9402
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