Month: September 2020

Visitation and Custody if Your Spouse is in the Military
Posted September 23, 2020

Military service can have a significant impact on child custody cases. Several service members have visitation and custody rights with children – even if the other parent is not their current spouse. However, absences and missed court dates can disrupt or undermine their rights due to their military duties, resulting in stress for both parents. […]

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Parenting Plans in Illinois
Posted September 03, 2020

In Illinois, parenting plans are taken quite seriously by the court. Also known as custody statements in other states, this document outlines how parental time and responsibilities are to be divided by parents post-divorce. Each parent has 120 days from the date they filed for custody to submit their proposed plan. What Should Be Mentioned […]

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