NextLevel Law P.C

PLEASE NOTE: NextLevel Law, P.C. by Daniel R. Hernandez, Esq. remains open and available to serve you during the COVID-19 crisis. We are offering our clients the ability to meet with us via telephone or video conference. Please call our office to discuss your options.

PLEASE NOTE: NextLevel Law, P.C. by Daniel R. Hernandez, Esq. remains open and available to serve you during the COVID-19 crisis. We are offering our clients the ability to meet with us via telephone or video conference. Please call our office to discuss your options.

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Representing Parents From All Backgrounds In Custody Cases

Every parent-child relationship is unique and all are equally important. The relationship you build with your child can have a great impact on them for the rest of their life. However, parenting time and custody are not guaranteed. You may have to fight for custody and prove that maintaining a relationship with your child is in their best interests.  At NextLevel Law, P.C, we have lawyers who can evaluate each factor and make a strategic decision to obtain the best possible outcome for you and your child.

The Difference Between Physical And Legal Custody

There are two types of custody in Illinois. Parents with physical custody live with their child. Parents with legal custody may or may not live with their child but will have the authority to make decisions on the child’s behalf. Parents with legal custody may make important life decisions such as those related to medical treatment, education and religious practices. Parents may have legal custody and not physical custody and vice versa. In addition, parents may have joint physical and legal custody.

Building Strong Families Through Custody Agreements

Our attorneys put their energy and time into creating a custody agreement that protects the rights of both parents and children. Whether you are divorcing or separating from your spouse, we will take all facts into consideration when creating the agreement. We are also in the know about protecting the rights of LGBTQ+ families and single parents in custody cases.

Modify Or Create A Custody Agreement With Our Team

We offer free consultations and contingency fee payments. We are committed to affordability and will find a financial plan that works so that you can resolve your custody case. Call 312-442-2225 and speak with an attorney at our Chicago office for advice on your family law matter. You may also email us.