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If you are considering divorcing your spouse and you are a parent, you are probably worried how you will raise your child after the divorce. If you and your spouse plan to share parental responsibilities, as is recommended by courts … Continue reading

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Despite the passage of the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) in 1990, disabled people continue to face discrimination in many, if not all, walks of normal life. One area that often surprises the average person is in the realm of … Continue reading

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This is a special time of year for many of us. Families that celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Yule, or other winter holidays will gather for special meals, the exchanging of presents, and reunions with old friends. As the holiday season … Continue reading

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Whether you are newly separated or you are facing your first holiday season as a divorced person, being a parent and sharing your children during the holiday season can be tricky. Oftentimes, both parents want to spend time with their … Continue reading

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A group of archaeologists has found what seems to be the world’s oldest known marriage contract. The clay tablet was discovered in Turkey and contains provisions that mention divorce, infertility, and other topics relevant to a marriage. Experts estimate the … Continue reading

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“The best interest of the child” is a phrase often heard in several different contexts related to Illinois family law. However, they all intend to ensure that children are well protected and taken care of in every possible way. While … Continue reading

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While it may not be an ideal situation, some parents may be not at a place in their lives where they are equipped to properly care for their children. In some cases, parents may recognize this reality early enough so … Continue reading

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Statistics from around the country, over the last several decades, show a marked increase in the number of couples living together prior to—and often in lieu of—getting legally married. Relationship experts have a number of theories regarding why so many … Continue reading

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For many couples considering marriage, a prenuptial agreement can be a valuable tool. Such an agreement can address a wide range of concerns in advance, often creating a more stable, secure basis for the marriage. A prenuptial agreement, of course, … Continue reading

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Every year, thousands, if not millions, of individuals and couples are forced to deal with unexpected pregnancies. While many choose to rearrange their lives to prepare to take on the challenges of raising the child, others, for a wide variety … Continue reading

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