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When you are going through a divorce, it can pretty much turn your life upside down. Though you may experience some stress and anger, there are ways that you can combat that stress and deal with your anger in a … Continue reading

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In the United States, the traditional family unit has been changing more and more with each passing year. Families only comprised of a married mother and father and their biological children are now not the only “acceptable” form of a … Continue reading

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When a child is born, it is automatically known who the child’s mother is–this is not the case for the child’s father. In Illinois, if a couple is not married or in a civil union when the child is born, … Continue reading

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The structure of the American family is drastically changing. Even though the majority of children are still raised in households with a married mother and father, that number has been decreasing over the years. According to the Pew Research Center, … Continue reading

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