What Happens at an Illinois Child Support Hearing?

A hearing my be conducted by a judge in court or by the Department of Healthcare and Family Services. If paternity has not been established, you may be asked personal questions about the circumstances surrounding conception. You will be asked questions about your finances in an effort to determine...

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5 Pitfalls to Avoid in Your Divorce

No one walks down the aisle expecting their marriage to end in a messy divorce. Unfortunately, divorce is a part of life for close to 50% of married people. The good news is that divorce does not have to be unnecessarily messy or hurtful. By avoiding common pitfalls you can set yourself up for as...

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“The Handoffs Were the Hardest Part for Me”

Struggling with the idea of co-parenting? This mother has been there and offers her perspective on how she got through the tough times and learned to adjust. https://www.mother.ly/life/relationships/divorce/co-parenting-children-handoffs/

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Retirement Assets and Divorce

The proper valuation and division of retirement assets is a crucial component in divorce. Retirement assets may include employer-sponsored and self-sponsored plans including 401(k), 401(b), IRA, and Roth IRA accounts among others. https://www.tenglerlaw.com/division-of-retirement-assets/

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