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Going through a divorce is almost always painful and stressful. There will always be challenges, whether the divorce happens at the beginning or end of the year. However, there is...

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Splitting child custody and co-parenting with your ex-spouse can be challenging. However, working well with your ex-partner is critical for the health and well-being of the children. Your children need...

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Domestic abuse is a crime according to the Illinois Domestic Violence Act. If your partner has hit, choked, threatened, or harassed you, this violates domestic violence laws in Illinois. In...

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College expenses can be significant. Since 1980, the inflation-adjusted cost of a four-year college degree has increased by 180%. Several factors are behind this increase. Many colleges now provide expanded...

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For many years, the 1984 Parentage Act controlled most divorce, child custody, and other family matters. In 2016, Illinois lawmakers passed a co-parenting law. Surface changes included some name changes....

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Quite frankly, until recently, most respondents (the non-filing party) did not need assertive fathers’ rights lawyers. Under the 1984 Parentage Act, parenting time plans and other divorce provisions were mostly...

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The impact of the Supreme Court’s decision is already being felt in this area. In July 2022, a group of Republican lawmakers introduced the Unborn Child Support Act in both...

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You may not know it, but you just asked a practical and a philosophical question. Let’s start with the practical aspect. In 2016, amidst a nationwide wave of alimony reform,...

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The average marriage which ends in divorce lasts a little under eight years. In that period of time, most couples go through lots of ups and downs, to say the...

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Way back in the day, “what will the neighbors think?” was an appropriate concern in pre-divorce situations. But that concern isn’t as valid today. Divorce’s moral acceptability rating recently rose...

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