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  • Posted On: 11/13/2021
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    How to Initiate the Paternity Process

    Signing a child’s birth certificate is a symbolic step toward paternity acknowledgement, but it is only symbolic. A Voluntary Acknowledgment of Paternity is the first official step in this process. However, a VAP only establishes an administrative parent-child relationship, mostly for child support purposes.

  • Posted On: 7/14/2020
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    Top Five Reasons to File a Paternity Action

    Currently, out-of-wedlock births make up about 40% of all births in Cook County. This proportion is even higher in some communities. Raising a child is always challenging. Raising a child as a single parent is especially challenging. As outlined below, a paternity

  • 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

  • Posted On: 10/29/2019
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    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

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