Category Archives for Domestic Violence

Celebrating the holidays after a divorce or separation

The holidays can be joyful times for many, but for the recently divorced or separated, they can also be painful times, especially if you are spending it alone for the first time or the kids have to split their holidays … Continue reading

15. December 2015 by Kelly Thames
Categories: Chicago Family Law Group, Child Custody, Divorce, Domestic Violence, Mediation, Mental Health, Paternity, Uncategorized, Visitation | Leave a comment

Illegal Kidnapping by Parent

How to Get Your Kids Back! I was in court this week on another illegal child kidnapping case where one parent snatched a child from the other primary parent and ran off to another state. Our client, the father, had … Continue reading

14. March 2015 by Peter Olson
Categories: Domestic Violence, Order of Protection | Leave a comment

Your First Holiday Season after a Divorce or Separation

The holidays can be joyful times for many, but for the recently divorced or separated, they can also be painful times, especially if you are spending it alone for the first time or the kids have to split their holidays … Continue reading

10. December 2014 by Kelly Thames
Categories: Child Custody, Child Support, Divorce, Domestic Violence, In the Courtroom, Paternity, Uncategorized, Visitation | 2 comments

Keep Calm and Call Your Lawyer

There was a photo blog post this month on the Huffington Post entitled, Funny T-Shirts: 13 Ridiculous Shirts To Wear Post-Split. One t-shirt was a Continue reading

06. November 2012 by Peter Olson
Categories: Child Custody, Child Support, Divorce, Domestic Violence, Modification & Enforcement, Order of Protection, Visitation | Leave a comment

Kick Your Spouse Out of the House

President Lincoln famously quoted the Gospel of Mark when he stated that a house divided against itself cannot stand in advocating for the abolition of Continue reading

06. October 2012 by Peter Olson
Categories: Child Custody, Child Support, Divorce, Domestic Violence, Order of Protection, Visitation | Leave a comment

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