Divorce & Family Law Articles
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This article contains a brief synopsis of what you should know about TROs.
Often times, after paternity is established, the legal father finds out information that puts his paternity in question. In situations like this, there are laws in place to enable that person to rescind his paternity and stop his child support obligations should the information prove to be true.
This article discusses reasons against going it alone.
January 31st, Illinois Governor Pat Quinn signed into a law a bill recognizing civil unions. The new law which takes effect on June 1, 2011 grants partners in civil unions the same benefits and responsibilities that married spouses have under Illinois law.
Divorce agreements between separating spouses are generally final once entered by a judge. However, some areas of divorce agreements, such as child support, can be modified over time as circumstances and needs change
529 and 401(k) Plans: Real Savings or an Illusion of Security?
Court May Order Recipient of Support to Maintain Life Insurance
The Massachusetts Alimony Statute Requires the Characterization of Alimony Based Upon All Income of the Paying Spouse
New Hampshire Courts Use The "Best Interests" Standard in Making Child Custody Determinations
A Court May Consider Past Income and Earnings In Making An Alimony Award