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Don’t Delay: Act Now (or Promptly) to Modify Child Support in Illinois

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Categorized as Child Support, Child Support Modification, Family Law

A common situation that we see in our office is a client who comes in and tells us that they or the other parent have experienced a change in their employment circumstances, and they want to know how this affects their child support obligations.  In Illinois, timely child support modification is crucial when such changes

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Co-Parenting for Success: The Executive’s Roadmap to Amicable Custody Agreements

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Categorized as Child Custody, Family Law

Managing parenting responsibilities during a divorce can be challenging, particularly for high-level executives like CEOs or those in demanding roles.  Balancing demanding work schedules with parenting time might seem almost impossible.  However, there are strategies to help create a parenting time schedule that maximizes involvement and ensures both parents participate in decision-making for their children.

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Dividing “Personal Property” in Divorce: What You Need to Know

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Categorized as Divorce, Property Division

Personal property encompasses various personal items individuals own, including jewelry, electronics, and household goods. These items accumulate over the years, and during a divorce, the question of how to divide them arises. This article explores the nuances of dividing personal property in divorce cases and the considerations involved. Definition of Personal Property We use personal

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How Addiction Can Lead to Divorce: What You Need to Know

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Categorized as Divorce

We all have our vices.  In the context of a marriage, certain addictions can place significant strain on the relationship and may contribute to divorce.  Some common addictions that can negatively impact marriages include gambling, excessive internet and gaming, pornography, and sexual addiction. These types of addictions can be incredibly challenging for the non-addicted spouse

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Life Insurance Considerations in Divorce and Family Law Matters

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Categorized as Child Support, Divorce, Property Division, Spousal Support

When a divorce is close to becoming final, discussing life insurance with your Chicago divorce attorney becomes essential. After you have negotiated the terms of the spousal maintenance (formerly known as alimony), child support, and child-related expenses such as college costs or support for an adult child, you can discuss and negotiate life insurance. It

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