Tag Archives: child custody

Visitation and the Reluctant Child

For divorced parents with children, even if you have legitimate grievances with each other, all of that needs to be set aside when it comes to your children. Numerous studies have shown that having quality relationships with both parents is much better for kids in the long run than having strained or nonexistent relationships. However,… Read More »

Why You Need an Attorney for Your Divorce

Divorce can be time-consuming, expensive, stressful and emotional. Because many people just want to get their divorce over with as quickly as possible, some file using at-home kits or documents downloaded from the internet. While this can be a perfectly fine approach in some cases, it can be very risky in others. If your divorce… Read More »

Parenting Education Programs: The Basics

In cases involving child custody or visitation, including situations in which someone is seeking a modification to an existing arrangement, the state of Illinois requires parents to complete an authorized parenting education program. The purpose is to foster better relationships between the parents, and between the parents and their children, by providing information and guidance…. Read More »

Special Family Law Issues for Veterans

Our servicemen and women sacrifice more than we can imagine to defend our nation, including adopting a mobile lifestyle that includes frequent relocation and long absences from home. This situation can create a number of special issues when an active duty member of the military becomes involved in a divorce or other domestic dispute. Fortunately,… Read More »

The Basics of Visitation in Illinois

As any divorced parent knows, the difficult process of ending a marriage involves even greater challenges when there are kids involved. Accounting for the needs of children in a divorce is a high priority for everyone involved, including parents, attorneys and family court officials. One of the critical matters that needs to be settled in… Read More »