Enforcing your Judgment

After obtaining a Judgment for Dissolution of Marriage, parties sometimes have issues with one party not following the Judgment. This is a very frustrating problem and can often leave the party following the Judgment feeling helpless. However, the Illinois Marriage and Dissolution of Marriage Act provides methods of enforcing your Judgment. Section 511 of the

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When You Separate From Your Ex Without Your Children

The Ramifications on Your Custody Case I often hear that the courts are biased in favor of women retaining custody of the children, but I disagree. More often than not, fathers willingly move from the residence they once shared with their ex once the relationship breaks down. Whether they move because their ex asks them

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Cost-Effective Divorce: Avoiding Discovery Non-Compliance

It is not a secret that divorces have the negative connotation of costing a lot of money, particularly when lawyers are involved. However, the attorney’s fees can be minimal if the parties know how to manage their attorney’s fees. One way to manage your attorney’s fees is in regards to discovery. Discovery, as described in

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All About the Discovery Process

There are two main purposes for obtaining a divorce. The first purpose is to dissolve the marriage, and the second purpose is to distribute marital property. Many divorcing parties are aware of all of the marital assets, however, there are also many parties that choose to keep their assets separate throughout their marriage, and they

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Christmas Wish List for Families of Divorce

I found the following on Valerie DeLoach’s blog, Blended Family. It is a Christmas wish list for any family impacted by divorce: Faith Have faith that even if you and your former spouse have a high conflict relationship that you can put the anger aside for your children for the holidays. Because of the distrust

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Illinois Strict Compliance for Notice of Withholding for Child Support Cases

Pursuant to the Illinois Income Withholding for Support Act, individuals owed child support have the option to have the child support owed to them directly withheld from the obligor’s paycheck. Child support is not the only way to utilize the money being withheld through a Notice to Withhold, you are also able to directly receive

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