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Under Illinois law, paternity is presumed when the mother is married — meaning no action is required to make her husband the legal father of the child. For unmarried couples,...

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Contrary to how it is sometimes described or portrayed in the media, divorce does not have to be a nasty or ugly. While ending a marriage is never an easy...

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In 2016, Illinois officially removed the terms "custody" and "visitation" from its legal code. Under state law, the concepts are now known respectively as "parental responsibilities" and "parenting time." In...

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If a father has established paternity for a child, a father can receive child support. In the eyes of the law, a father has equal parental rights to that of...

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Raising a child is expensive. According to data provided by Chalkbeat, the average cost of center-based child care in Illinois now exceeds $13,000 per year - making it one of...

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Divorce is complicated — particularly for high net worth couples. If you and your spouse are preparing for divorce, it is crucial you take proactive steps to protect your legal...

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Depending on the length of a marriage and the financial prospects of each party, following a divorce - one spouse may be ordered to pay the other maintenance, also commonly...

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In Illinois, child custody is officially known as allocation of parental responsibilities. Under state law, parents have a legal duty to abide by the terms of a parental responsibilities order...

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As defined by the Illinois Department of Healthcare and Family Services, paternity is a legal relationship between a father and a child. If a man learns he is not the...

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