The best interests of the children is the overarching principle in parenting time divisions. Most good parents agree with this concept. Many parents disagree as to the specifics, however. Furthermore, some parents have trouble distinguishing the needs of the children from the wants of the children.
Mostly due to a shrinking student population and growing retirement fund obligations, Illinois is one of the most expensive states in the country in terms of college tuition. At kitchen tables all over the Prairie State, late winter and early spring are the time when theoretical
The Brady Bunch has gone from outlier to mainstream. A generation ago, stepparent/stepchildren relationships were almost unheard of. Today, the majority of households in Illinois fit this description. Parenting time determinations have changed, as well. A generation ago, many Illinois courts still employed the “tender years”
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