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PARENTAL RELOCATION… THE DO’S & DON’TS

You are a parent raising young kids in the state of Illinois but you think another state or county  within Illinois would benefit your family more. Problem: you share parental allocation or responsibility (formerly custody) with your ex-spouse. In the … Continue reading

17. November 2016 by Joi Lyons
Categories: Chicago Family Law Group, Child Custody, Divorce, In the Courtroom, Modification & Enforcement, Relocation, Uncategorized, Visitation | Tags: , , , , | Leave a comment

How To Win Custody of Your Kids

I’m actually undefeated in contested child custody trials in my career and just helped win custody for another gentleman/client in the last couple of months (so I know what I’m talking about). Of course to be ‘real’ I’m surely attempting … Continue reading

03. September 2016 by Peter Olson
Categories: Chicago Family Law Group, Child Custody, Divorce, Visitation | Leave a comment

9 Most Important Changes to Illinois Divorce/Child Custody Law in 2016

Every year there are varying changes and usually ‘smallish’ changes to the laws that govern our fields of work, namely divorce and parenting rights/responsibilities cases. That’s what the legislators in Springfield do. However, effective January 1, 2016 the changes aren’t smallish in … Continue reading

09. January 2016 by Peter Olson
Categories: Chicago Family Law Group, Child Custody, Child Support, Divorce, Paternity, Visitation | Leave a comment

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

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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