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If you share physical custody of your child, you probably treasure the time you get to spend together. Depending on your visitation or custody agreement, it can be difficult to forge and foster a parent-child...

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As part of an effort to meet the evolving needs of families in the state, Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner approved a bill last week that eliminates at-fault grounds for divorce. The measure is slated to...

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New spousal maintenance, or alimony, guidelines put into effect by Illinois lawmakers were intended to make the formulas and guidelines used by family court judges in determining spousal maintenance amounts and payment periods uniform throughout...

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Most couples file for divorce well after they have physically separated and established separate homes. In fact, a divorce on the grounds of irreconcilable differences mandates a period of living apart before the divorce will...

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With all of the concerns that are involved in a typical divorce proceeding, a child’s grandparents are rarely considered in regard to visitation with that child. While the state of Illinois recognizes the inherent right...

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Despite evolving social standards encouraging people to be happy at almost any cost, millions of Americans continue to live in unhappy relationships. The reasons may vary from couple to couple, but frequently can be traced...

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Regardless of the relationship between a child’s parents, he or she deserves the benefit of having both parents in his or her life. For many children of unmarried or divorced parents, legally recognized, written arrangements...

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Nobody enters a marriage hoping it will end in divorce. Not only does divorce typically represent the end of the relationship, but it can also often turn into a messy process, leaving a wide range...

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