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The holiday season is supposed to be one of the happiest and most joyful times of the year. However, a high percentage of parents report the holidays make them feel...

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Parental rights for unmarried fathers are sometimes difficult without an experienced father's rights attorney. Are you an unmarried father who is seeking child custody or child visitation rights in Illinois?...

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In Illinois, courts have the authority to put restrictions on parental access to protect the best interests of the child. The concept is sometimes referred to colloquially as ‘supervised visitation.’...

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Physicians have stressful jobs. The demands of the profession can put a tremendous amount of pressure on a doctor and their family. If divorce becomes the right path forward, there...

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Following the end of a marriage, the spouse who has greater financial means may be ordered to pay support (alimony) to their former partner. In Illinois, alimony is most often...

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Parents have a legal responsibility to provide financial support to their children. According to the Illinois Department of Healthcare and Family Services, Illinois uses the income shares child support guidelines...

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According to the Illinois Department of Healthcare and Family Services, paternity is a legal relationship between a father and a child. It is the fundamental basis of a man’s parental...

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Are you preparing to get divorced in Illinois? If so, you undoubtedly want to make it through the process as efficiently and painlessly as possible. Unfortunately, your partner may not...

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The term ‘child visitation’ is no longer officially used in Illinois. Instead, the concept of visitation is now encompassed by the term ‘parenting time.’ Under Illinois law (750 ILCS 5/602.7),...

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Child support is money a non-custodial parent pays to the other parent to provide for a child. While child support is gender-neutral under the law — meaning both mothers and...

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