Divorce & Family Law Articles

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Divorce and Your Social Media Network
A recent Censuswide survey found that one in seven divorces in the United States are caused by social media. This is attributed to a variety of reasons
Inside the Minds: Strategies for Family Law in Illinois
Can I Get a Modification of My Time-Sharing Plan if I’m in the Military?
Divorce is hard on military families, and can be even harder on children, especially when a modification is needed to enforce time-sharing agreements. Here’s what military members need to know.
When Should You File for Divorce?
Filing for divorce can be a tricky process if you don’t know the system. Here is some information that will make things a lot easier when preparing your case.
Paternity establishes rights of the child, rights and obligations of the father
Domestic Violence Restraining Order
Domestic Violence Restraining Order
Divorce - Legal Separation - Annulment
A brief summary between the differences between a Divorce, Legal Separation and Annulment.
Taxes and Divorce: Tips for Separated Illinois Couples
If you are currently separated and considering divorce in Illinois, questions on how this decision may affect your federal income tax return may cross your mind.
Quick Answers for Seeking Possible Child Support Modification in Illinois
If you are currently receiving child support through the judicial system in Illinois, as per the Illinois Child Support Services, according to the Illinois Marriage and Dissolution of Marriage Act (750 ILCS 5) the original child support order is revisited every three years.
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