​​Kevin R. Johnson

A Chicago divorce and child-custody attorney - employing the truth, the law and the rules to simplify cases and to achieve clients' goals involving issues of:

  • ​​divorce

  • child custody ('allocation of parental responsibility')

  • paternity and DNA testing

  • parenting time

  • child support

  • physical and emotional abuse

  • hidden or abducted children

  • parental alienation

  • ​UCCJEA custody disputes (over state lines)

  • ​preventing long-distance moves

  • returning children from other states

  • defending against psychological warfare​

  • defending against 'contempt-of-court' charges

Personal attention: 

7 days/week at


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 Kevin Johnson's blog posts: 

"I recommend Kevin Johnson in the area of Interstate custody disputes and the correct application of the Uniform Child Custody and Enforcement Act (UCCJEA). He is very knowledgeable on local Illinois law involving cases of the establishment of parentage, divorce (dissolution of marriage), custody (parental responsibilities and parenting time). He is also compassionate and attentive to his clients and hard working in the matters with which he is involved."

(from a fellow Chicago family-law attorney)


​Aggressive, passionate representation, guided by:

  • Over 18 years of experience, 

  • up-to-date Lexis Advance legal research, and

  • honesty as a spiritual principle.

​​​"Hi Kevin,
I would like to thank you from the bottom of my heart. Having my daughter back in my life is amazing. You believed and helped me. You led me to where I am now. Thank you so much and God bless you and your family.
Happy Holidays Kevin!"    
"​I'm so happyyyy! 😊"
"Glad that I had someone with integrity in my corner!"
​"Hi Kevin,
I received  the refund check for overpaid fees.
Thank you for being such a pillar of support during such a crazy time for me.  I appreciate everything you've done and apologize for your wait on the fees due.
Keep up your good works!
Thanks  again"

(unsolicited client text messages from four different clients, quoted with permission.)

Why suffer needlessly?

I'm happy to analyze active cases:

  • If you would like a second opinion, or want a different perspective.  

  • If months or years of work are not producing progress toward your goals.

  • If your case seems to lack a coherent plan or direction.

  • If your case has taken a bad turn, and it needs repair.

  • ​​If you're losing hope.

Do you have an attorney's cell number?

Here's mine: ​312-493-4241
My office is at

500 N. Michigan Avenue, Suite 600
Chicago, Illinois 60611

Near the CTA Red Line (exit at Grand,

walk through Nordstrom up to Michigan Ave.).
​Discounted valet parking across the street

at Hotel InterContinental.