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  • Posted On: 1/29/2022
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    How to Prepare to File for Divorce

    America’s divorce rate has declined sharply in recent years. Yet at the same time, divorce’s moral acceptability rating has increased sharply. In other words, more people than ever before have questions about marriage dissolution in Illinois. These questions not only include the

  • Posted On: 1/16/2022
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    What to Consider When Modifying Your Divorce Decree

    Relocations are the leading cause for child custody modifications. Most people move about 12 times in their lifetimes. Most people relocate for job purposes. As a result, these moves usually involve child support changes, and possibly spousal support changes, as well. Even

  • Posted On: 12/11/2021
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    What Happens if a Visitation Order Has Been Violated?

    Long before there were Amber Alerts on smartphones, pictures of missing children appeared on milk cartons. This program began in neighboring Iowa in the early 1980s. Many people believed strangers had snatched these children. That was true in a few cases. But

  • Posted On: 10/12/2021
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    Can Your Divorce be Denied in Illinois?

    In ye olden days, divorce petitioners had to prove cruelty, abandonment, adultery, or another kind of marital misconduct by a preponderance of the evidence, or more likely than not. So, if a petitioner had insufficient evidence, the judge could easily deny the

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