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What to Expect When Your Divorce Is Set For Trial

When your divorce is set for trial this is where the judge will finalize your divorce case. It is set after several months of discovery and represents the final orders in your divorce. Given the permanent nature of this proceeding, many people are intimidated by the prospect of testifying and having one shot to persuade

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Suspect Child Abuse or Neglect By Your Ex During Parenting Time

One of the hardest things as a divorced/separated parent is knowing or suspecting that your child is being abused while visiting the other parent.  You may know something is going on with your child, but if you cannot prove it, what do you do? You Need Some Kind of Evidence The rules do not allow

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HELP! I’m a Stay-at-Home Mom and Getting Divorced

If you have been married for several years and spent your married life as a stay-at-home mom taking care of your family and realize you are facing a divorce, there is no reason to panic.  Your efforts of caring for your home and family will not be ignored by the Court and is not discouraged

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Plenary Orders of Protection Can Be Extended Indefinitely

In April 2013, petitioner, Julie Ann Julie, filed a petition for an emergency order of protection against respondent, Joseph John Joe III, pursuant to section 214 of the Illinois Domestic Violence Act of 1986 (Act) (750 ILCS 60/214 (West 2012)).  Julie’s petition for an emergency order of protection alleged that Joe : Threatened her when

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Quit Claim Deeds and Divorce – What You Need to Know About

One aspect of a dissolution of marriage is the division of marital assets.  For many couples, the largest asset is their home. The court has two options when it comes to the marital home.  If there are not enough assets to equal the equity in the home, or neither party can afford to pay the

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Child Support When a Child is Away from their Primary Residence

Do I Have to Pay Child Support When My Child is Away from their Primary Residence Some families have arrangements where a minor child is not at their primary residence for extended periods of time.  The reason why the child is not at their primary residence is something that would be considered when determining if

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