Category Archives: Family Law

There was a time in the United State’s history when most families comprised of a mother, a father and their biological children. Now, the “typical” American family has become somewhat of a thing of the past. With more Americans remarrying … Continue reading

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Recently it was reported that the participants of a reality show entitled, “Married at First Sight,” had finalized their divorce, citing irreconcilable differences at the time of filing. A second couple from the show started the divorce process last month. … Continue reading

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False accusations of domestic violence are, sadly, all too common in family law cases. Such allegations are problematic for a number of reasons. First, they undermine legitimate efforts by organizations throughout the country to prevent and eliminate the very real … Continue reading

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Allocating parental responsibilities often involves more than just parents and children. Grandparents and other family members often play a critical role in a child’s life. For this reason, Illinois low allows grandparents to seek court-ordered visitation rights with a child. … Continue reading

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