You Are Here:
  1. Home
  2.  » BlogPage 2

Chicago Divorce Law Blog

How to navigate conflicts in co-parenting

The ideal co-parenting relationship is an amicable one where the parents can work together to raise their children in a positive, supportive environment. However, for some Illinois residents, it comes with struggles and challenges, particularly if their relationship...

read more

The process for appealing a divorce decree

There are situations when residents of Chicago, Illinois might feel they need a change in their divorce decree once it has been issued by the court. In those situations, they can appeal to seek a change. However, they should be aware that in most cases, going through...

read more

Parenting styles and shared custody

When Illinois parents share physical custody after they have divorced, the children will spend time in both homes and be affected by the rules, routines and parenting styles of each of them. In some cases, the parents’ parenting styles might be quite similar, allowing...

read more

Understanding co-parenting in Chicago

Co-parenting has become the norm in recent years. Chicago parents seeking a divorce should look to a co-parenting plan as a roadmap for the future of their family. Co-parenting plans are a positive way of considering possible conflicts and avoiding them turning into...

read more

How to draft your custody agreement in Illinois

If you are going through a divorce in Illinois and have children, you will need to decide on a custody arrangement that's good for your kids and fair for you and your ex-spouse. Here's how you can go about this. Consider the type of custody you want There are two...

read more

The rocky landscape of LGBTQ family law in the U.S.

The amount of research done into LGBTQ families has been growing all the time, and it's only through the work of scholars and researchers that some of the harmful myths surrounding these communities have finally been dispelled. These types of families are nothing new,...

read more

High-asset divorces: what you need to know

Married individuals who belong to the baby boomer generation are most likely to get divorced. In fact, 40% of baby boomers were already divorced as of 2010. A couple who has been married for decades usually has more assets such as real estate, Social Security benefits...

read more