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For a number of years, the state of Illinois has granted courts the authority to require one or both parents to contribute toward the post-secondary education expenses of their non-minor child. While many, if not most, child support orders are … Continue reading

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Several weeks ago, a post on this blog mentioned that pending legislation in Springfield was poised to bring significant changes to family law statutes throughout Illinois. More recently, the measure was approved by Governor Bruce Rauner and is scheduled to … Continue reading

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A couple of weeks ago, a previous post on this blog discussed a number of proposed family law changes contained in Senate Bill 57. At the time, the legislation was pending and having passed the Illinois House and Senate, was … Continue reading

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Over the last few months, Illinois lawmakers have been working to improve the state’s approach to family law matters, and, near the end of June, approved a sweeping measure that would rewrite fairly large sections of family-related Illinois law. The … Continue reading

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