RIGHT OF FIRST REFUSAL IN CHILD CUSTODY MATTERS IN ILLINOIS

On behalf of Law Office of Bradley R. Tengler, P.C. posted in Child Custody on Wednesday, May 20, 2015.   Many parents in Illinois have joint custody of their children. Even if the parents do not have joint child custody arrangements, most times, the non-custodial parent still receives...

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CAN STEPPARENTS GET CUSTODY OF A STEPCHILD IN ILLINOIS?

On behalf of Law Office of Bradley R. Tengler, P.C. posted in Child Custody on Thursday, April 16, 2015.   In Illinois, many times after a parent has a child, he or she ends up marrying someone else besides the child's other parent. This occurs sometimes in situations where the children's...

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HOW EVALUATIONS ARE USED IN ILLINOIS CHILD CUSTODY DECISIONS

On behalf of Law Office of Bradley R. Tengler, P.C. posted in Child Custody on Thursday, March 12, 2015.   Many children in Illinois are a part of families with separated parents. In these situations there is often a child custody order that states who has the authority to make decisions...

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MODIFYING A CHILD CUSTODY ORDER IN ILLINOIS

On behalf of Law Office of Bradley R. Tengler, P.C. posted in Child Custody on Friday, February 6, 2015.   Any parent in Illinois can attest to the fact that a child's needs, wants and desires change dramatically over the course of his or her childhood. Parents have to continually adapt and...

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INDIANAPOLIS COLTS OWNER WON’T TESTIFY IN CUSTODY CASE

On behalf of Law Office of Bradley R. Tengler, P.C. posted in Child Custody on Friday, January 2, 2015.   Many NFL fans in Illinois may be aware that the Indianapolis Colts owner, Jim Irsay, was charged and convicted of driving under the influence this past summer. There were many pills found...

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HOW DOES ILLINOIS DECIDE THE “BEST INTERESTS OF THE CHILD?”

On behalf of Law Office of Bradley R. Tengler, P.C. posted in Child Custody on Friday, November 28, 2014.   Many parents in Illinois have children and are going through a divorce or are no longer with the other parent. Generally, in these situations child custody must be established for the...

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