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The divorce process can be hard on both parents and children. However, once a couple’s marriage has been officially dissolved, the parents will still need to be able to work together to raise their children. Co-parenting after divorce requires effective communication, cooperation, and compromise. While it may not always be easy, there are several steps parents can take to navigate the co-parenting journey successfully. By working with an attorney to resolve child custody issues during the divorce process, a parent can make sure they will be prepared for success in the future.

For parents, many of the most important issues to resolve during the divorce process will be related to child custody. In Illinois, the court's top concern when making decisions about child custody is the best interests of the child. That is, the court’s rulings about how parents will make decisions for their children and the schedules for when children will spend parenting time with each parent will be based on what the court believes are the best ways to promote the children’s well-being and development. There are a number of factors that will be considered in these cases. Parents who …
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