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The Ashley Madison Hack

  They are calling it a boon to divorce attorneys.  AshleyMadison.com, an online dating website for married people to have illicit affairs has been hacked. It has been confirmed that hackers have leaked a massive amount of information, including user … Continue reading

20. August 2015 by Kelly Thames
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Shhhh… Are you a Fiscal Cheater? – Financial Infidelity

Are you cheating on your spouse, financially?  If you were to get a divorce or lose your spouse, would you have a grasp on your family finances or is your spouse keeping financial secrets?   in·fi·del·i·ty infəˈdelədē noun  The action … Continue reading

01. June 2015 by Kelly Thames
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“I just want half…” – Financial Matters

In a marriage, there is often one spouse that managed the finances and the family budget. During a divorce, it is important for the spouse that has not paid attention to finances to now get up to speed and pay attention … Continue reading

07. April 2015 by Kelly Thames
Categories: Chicago Family Law Group, Divorce, Mediation, Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Valentine’s Day: An Expectation Holiday

Valentine’s Day Expectations vs. Reality Although many deride Valentine’s Day as a “Hallmark Holiday”, existing primarily for commercial purposes, Valentine’s Day expectations for others are high with dreams of romantic gestures and ultimate dates.  It can be one of the … Continue reading

03. February 2015 by Kelly Thames
Categories: Child Custody, Child Support, Divorce, In the Courtroom, Uncategorized | 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

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