IL family lawyerWhen Illinois courts are deciding on a parenting time calendar, they strive to create the arrangement that is best for the child. One of the factors the court will consider is any temporary or existing arrangements the parents have made regarding childcare. Since most parents stop living together while their divorce or child custody case is in court, most parents have some type of temporary arrangement. These temporary arrangements might be formal and in writing, or they might be casual agreements between the parents. Sometimes the parents even have temporary court orders.

Parents should know that their temporary arrangements might impact the permanent schedule the court creates. If you are involved in a child custody case, you need to be represented by an experienced Will County, IL, child custody attorney.