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  • Posted On: 6/23/2020
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    Divorce
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    Making and Breaking Prenuptial Agreements

    Once upon a time, only super-rich couples with substantial separate property bothered with premarital agreements. A web of complex laws governed these pacts. Furthermore, enforcement was uneven. Results might even vary among different judges in the same county. So, if the couple later divorced, a premarital

  • Posted On: 6/02/2020
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    Basic Child Support Enforcement Options

    If your divorce or other family law order included a child support obligation, there is a good chance that the obligor (person required to make payments) is delinquent. Less than half of child support obligees (persons receiving child support payments) receive the full allotment of child

  • Posted On: 5/19/2020
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    Recognizing and Responding to PAS

    Parental alienation is usually inevitable in divorce proceedings. Parental Alienation Syndrome, however, is different. Parents usually have little to do with parental alienation, which is usually emotional detachment.  PAS is much more severe and usually intentional, as well. The alienating parent, who is usually the mother,

  • Posted On: 4/14/2020
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    Divorce
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    What You Need to Know

    Illinois alimony laws have changed significantly in recent years. In 2016, the so-called Modern Family law effectively transformed spousal support determination. For the most part, judges use a formula to determine the amount and duration of payments. However, some subjective elements remain, as outlined below. Then,

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