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Who Has to Move During Divorce Proceeding, Wife or Husband?

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Many couples filing for divorce chose to remain living together while the divorce is pending.  Sometimes couples remain living together for financial reasons, sometimes because they don’t want to be apart from the children, and sometimes because both parties are both too stubborn to move.  However, in many of these cases a time comes when

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Building the Right Team for Your Divorce

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It’s crucial to find the right team members to help you get through your divorce.   I recommend working with people who have personalities who compliment yours and who will constantly be sure your case is heading in the direction to achieve your goals.  Divorce can be emotional, expensive, and extremely confusing.  Having the right team

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What To Expect At A Prove Up Hearing

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A prove-up hearing is used in divorce cases to request approval from the state of the property settlement agreement and any custodial arrangements. A “prove-up” is another word for a final hearing regarding a divorce proceeding. It is usually no more than thirty minutes and conducted in front of a judge in open court. The

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Disabled Adult Guardianships In Illinois

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Illinois provides protection for disabled adults through the well-defined disabled adult guardianship laws. Guardians can be appointed in Illinois when an adult is unable to fully manage their property, handle their finances and when they are unable to care for themselves on a day to day basis. Most of us do not think twice about

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BEWARE: 50/50 Parenting Time is Here

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50-50 parenting time is a reality to some judges in Illinois. They begin their analysis with “let’s give each parent 50/50 time and then review the factors to determine if that should not be the case.”  Although 50-50 parenting time is often requested and often granted, it is inconsistent with the current law’s emphasis on

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