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Religious-upbringing Clause in Marital Settlement Agreement

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Categorized as Child Custody & Visitation, Divorce, Divorce Litigation

Religious-upbringing Clause Almost Cost an Ex-Hasidic Mom Custody of Her Three Children During the divorce process, most parents come to an agreement about how to raise their children. For the most part, this agreement is based on the way the parents were raised, or the way the parties planned on raising their children. For two

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How Are Pets Treated in Dissolution Proceedings?

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Categorized as Pet Custody

For many people, pets are more than just animals. They are beloved members of the family. So, what happens to pets when couples divorce? Currently in Illinois, pets or “companion animals” are treated as personal property in dissolution proceedings. If parties are unable to come to an agreement, then the court will want to know

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