You Are Entitled To Have Your Spouse Pay Your Attorney’s Fees In Certain Circumstances

The Trial Court in Patel awarded the wife $69,000 in interim fees because she could not afford to pay her own attorney’s fees.  Under the Statute governing domestic relations, there is a way to seek attorney’s fees from your spouse.  Ask us to send you Sections 508 and 501(c-1) of the Illinois Marriage and Dissolution

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Violating Court Orders…and you thought YOUR attorney’s fees were expensive!

It seems that it would be common sense to most litigants that violating a court order will have negative consequences. That being said, for whatever reason, there are still many, many litigants that purposefully or inadvertently violate court orders in their respective family law cases. What the litigants may not realize is that there may

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Mom in Contempt For Preventing Visitation Between Daughter and Father

Holly Agers, the Illinois mom of the five year old in this case, entered into an agreed parenting schedule with the child’s father.  Without any notice to the father, she stopped the parenting time and alleged that the father was sexually assaulting their daughter.  Holly hired a therapist who agreed with the mom. The mother

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Supreme Court Amends Rules to Expand Mediation in Child Custody Cases and to Improve Language Access for Litigants in Mediation

The Illinois Supreme Court announced Monday that it has amended rules that would expand mediation for child custody cases to include requests by a custodial parent to move a minor child to another state. Mediation programs for child custody and visitation cases have been a requirement for each judicial circuit in Illinois through Supreme Court

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Cohabitation and Illinois Divorce Law

Cohabitation pursuant to 750 ILCS 5/510(c) of the Illinois Marriage and Dissolution of Marriage Act Parties that are obligated to pay maintenance to their former spouses upon dissolution of a marriage often times may terminate their maintenance obligation if their former spouse is found to be cohabiting on a resident, continuing conjugal basis with another

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Dad Required to Pay 32% of Net Income In Support

Tomasz and Dawn had three children.  The mother kept sole custody of the parties’ children and Tomasz was required to pay $1,280.00 in monthly child support.    Tomasz made less money than Dawn did however, and after he paid his 32% in child support, Dawn had a lot more money then he did.  Dawn sought

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