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Can You Move With Your Child?

In the state of Illinois, making a move with your child used to be pretty straight forward.  You only needed the other parent’s consent or court approval if you were leaving the state of Illinois, or doing a removal out-of-state.  However, if you were not moving out of state, you had it in your power

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How to Get a Divorce If You Can’t Find Your Spouse

If you can’t find your spouse and you want to get divorced, the law allows you to do that as long as you follow some rules which are required to show the court that you have done everything you could do to attempt to locate your spouse.  Generally, when you file for divorce, you are

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Can I Purchase a Home While Going Through a Divorce?

A common question when parties are separating into two households is what should they do in regard to finding a new place to live.  Divorcing spouses like to know if they have the option to purchase a home rather than rent a home.  This question is tricky because the answer to this can vary based

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Excessive Spending During Divorce

Once a divorce is looming, some people change their spending habits.  Some start excessive spending expending money on purchases that they never did before, while others start taking trips or signing up for classes. Is any of this spending appropriate during the time you are going through your divorce? I often run into clients who

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How Soon Can I Request Spousal Support?

As soon as you Once you file for Dissolution of Marriage, you can request spousal support.  A request is made through a Motion filed with the Court asking for an award of Spousal Support.  Generally, the motion is for both temporary and permanent spousal support.  You ask for temporary support to get the support payments

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Caution: New Relationships After (or During) Divorce

New relationships are typically inevitable after a divorce is finalized.  However, someone who is divorced or getting a divorce re-emerges into a completely different dating world.  A lot of the time this person will have feelings they still need to work through relative to their divorce.  There may be children from a previous marriage or

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How to Avoid a Coronavirus Quarantine Divorce

The quarantine memes all over the internet have spoken.  Once quarantine life and shelter in place is over, bathing suit season may be canceled, but the divorce season is coming in full force.  People are growing tired of the mundane day to day routine, the pressures of distance learning and homeschooling, running a household, putting

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