As Chicago custody attorneys, clients often asked how religious upbringing is handled when parents go through a divorce or are no longer together. In an Illinois divorce or custody case, a religious upbringing cause is typically incorporated into an Allocation Judgment (formerly called “Custody Judgments”). Even if the parties are not particularly religious, that information
When going through the difficult process of divorce, it can feel like you are out to sea with everything you need to get done, especially the decisions you have to make about what the next phase of your life will be like. A divorce can be immensely challenging, no matter how short or long your
Divorce has two purposes, the first purpose is to end the marriage, and the second purpose is to divide the marital assets and debts equitably. In order to equitably divide the assets and debts, the parties need to have a clear idea of the assets and debts. In divorce, this is done through the discovery
Earlier this year, Kim Kardashian filed a motion to bifurcate her divorce. Kim and Kanye (now Ye), are not the only celebrities to seek a bifurcation in their divorce. Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie also famously got a bifurcated divorce in 2019. In these cases, both pairs knew that their divorce would be a drawn-out
Parenting is hard work. There is so much to do-always-and it is not any easier now that parents are expected to home school their children. The stress of the added responsibility can be daunting for some, and it does not help when you are parenting with a narcissistic parent. What exactly is a narcissistic parent?
Once a trial is over and the court issues its decision, most people think that is the end of their case. In most instances, they would be correct. However, under the Illinois Supreme Court Rules, a party has a right to appeal any final judgment of the Circuit Court in civil cases. This means that