family law

Who gets the dog in a divorce?

Families in Will County who have a pet generally have a deep sentimental attachment to the animal, often feeling like their pet is a member of their family. Therefore, when married pet owners decide to divorce, they will likely be concerned about whether they can keep...

Understanding options with family legal issues

When Illinois residents are facing family legal issues, they usually have more questions than answers. After all, most people never see the inside of a courtroom, and if they are there because of a family law matter it can be not just intimidating, but emotional as...

Should I move out during my divorce?

Divorce can be a confusing time for a person. Every decision can impact the outcome of the divorce, which means it can affect your future. It is crucial to consider the consequences before making any decision in your divorce. So, can moving out of your house create...

3 ways to strengthen a parallel parenting plan

Going from parenting with your ex to doing it alone can be difficult. But if you no longer get along and get divorced, there is a parenting arrangement that can help you provide for your children together without having to relying on one another. When divorced couples...

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