I have divorce clients that came in the door because they caught their spouse cheating online. There is little doubt in my mind that the increase in our everyday connectivity, and the use of various social media networks, like Facebook, has led to an increase in people filing for divorce. Not everyone comes into my […]
Child Support Ends, College Begins. Now...
Children of married parents have no right pursue contribution from their parents for their college expenses. Divorced or unmarried parents, under the Illinois statute, 750 ILCS 5/513, may be ordered to contribute to the college or professional school training expenses of their children. The expenses can include, tuition, room, board, transportation, books and other fees. […]
Orders of Protection
An order of protection is a legal order entered by a Judge that can order a person to stay away and stop certain acts that may affect the safety and security of the person that requested the order of protection. If you, a family member, or your child(ren) are a victim of domestic violence or […]