Set Your Goals and Priorities By far the most important step in choosing the right attorney for you happens before you even start making phone calls to schedule consultations. You need to determine your goals and list the priorities in your divorce. While parenting time with your children may be an obvious top priority, what about division of assets? Division of debts? … [Read more...] about How to Choose a Divorce Lawyer
Can you lose your license for unpaid child support?
There are several ways to try to enforce your child support, such as Income Withholding Orders to have child support automatically deducted from a payroll check, Contempt of Court for child support including jail time, and the suspension of licenses is another mechanism of enforcement of child support. Every state has a child support enforcement department, which … [Read more...] about Can you lose your license for unpaid child support?
Father’s Rights in Illinois
Illinois Father's Rights Issues A divorce or breakup can be very emotional, usually for all of the parties involved, which is why you need an attorney experienced in Father's rights in Illinois. Ending a marriage is difficult, because it means living your life without the person you took an oath to and vowed to stand by for the rest of your life. The sadness and frustration of … [Read more...] about Father’s Rights in Illinois
Second Stimulus Checks and Child Support
Many of our clients and readers have questions about the second round of stimulus checks and child support and how or if the money will be divided between co-parents. Important Note: We are not tax professionals. For tax questions related to how the second round of stimulus checks will affect you, please consult with your tax professional. When will I get my check? The … [Read more...] about Second Stimulus Checks and Child Support
Do you have ongoing COVID-19 custody problems in your family?
Visitation, Exchanges, and Withholding Parenting Time Issues due to COVID-19 Is your child's other parent withholding your child from you due to the novel coronavirus? The pandemic is not an acceptable reason to alter a parenting time agreement and your visitation and exchange schedule with your child should not be altered without the agreement of both parties. If you, … [Read more...] about Do you have ongoing COVID-19 custody problems in your family?