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The Three Cs of Divorce Mediation

The Three Cs of Divorce Mediation...

Frequently, divorcing couples agree on broad issues, but they disagree on the specifics. In these situations, a professional mediator often helps bickering spouses and their attorneys find a middle ground. That is especially true if both parties are eager to avoid a court fight. Since…

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When Should I Modify a Child Support Obligation?

When Should I Modify a Child Support O...

Income change is the most common reason to seek a child support change. Most people change jobs about a dozen times during the course of a career. Almost all these changes involve salary changes. Even if the obligor or obligee stays put, annual salary reviews…

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Should We Get a Baby-Nup Agreement?

Should We Get a Baby-Nup Agreement?...

There is an old adage that a stitch in time saves nine. In other words, a little extra effort at the beginning usually means less effort, and fewer problems later on. This saying does not apply in all cases, but it generally applies with regard…

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Seven Child Custody Factors in Illinois

Seven Child Custody Factors in Illinoi...

When it comes to parenting time divisions, most parents agree that these orders should be in the best interests of the children. However, many parents disagree as to the specifics. So, Illinois law sets forth a number of factors to consider. For the most part,…

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Seven Child Custody Factors in Schaumburg

Seven Child Custody Factors in Schaumb...

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…

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Does Child Support Include College Tuition in Illinois?

Does Child Support Include College Tui...

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…

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