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January 2015 Archives

When can a child support order in Illinois be modified?


As any parent knows, a child goes through many changes as he or she grows up. A three- year-old child is very different than a 17-year-old child. Over the years, parents change, as well, and circumstances change. For parents who are married, they must deal with the changes in order to figure out the best solution. However, there are many parents who are not married to the mother or father of their child and when circumstances change for them, the process of dealing with it is different.

Filing an adoption petition in Illinois for an unrelated child


There are many adoptions in Illinois every year. It can be a very joyous time for both the family adopting the child and the child who is being adopted. It allows people who may not be able to have a child otherwise to start a family and allows a child to be a part of a loving family. Adoptions do not happen overnight though. In order to adopt a child there is a legal family law process that must be followed and it can take some time to complete.

Temporary orders in divorces


Divorces in Illinois can take some time to complete. There are many issues that arise during the divorce process that must be dealt with before the divorce is finalized. However, many times the couple starts living apart at the beginning of the divorce. This means that many of the issues that must be determined during the divorce will become issues prior to the divorce being complete.

How to obtain an order of protection in Illinois


Domestic violence is highly prevalent in Illinois. It affects a large number of people and families each year. It can be difficult to stop, but there are ways to keep an abuser from the victims. One such way is by obtaining an order of protection. We previously discussed the benefits of obtaining such protection, but in order to enjoy the benefits of the order of protection one must first know how to actually obtain one.

Indianapolis Colts owner won't testify in custody case


Many NFL fans in Illinois may be aware that the Indianapolis Colts owner, Jim Irsay, was charged and convicted of driving under the influence this past summer. There were many pills found in his car as well as $29,000 in cash. Well apparently that incident caused him to become involved in his daughter's child custody case.

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