fbpx

divorce in Glen Carbon

CARES Act Raises Questions For Overdue Child Support and Newly Divorced Couples

On March 27, 2020 Congress enacted the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act, also known as the CARES Act, as a measure to assist Americans in navigating through the uncertainty wrought by COVID-19. The Act provides a number of remedies from expanding unemployment assistance to addressing medical supply shortages. The provision that have garnered …

CARES Act Raises Questions For Overdue Child Support and Newly Divorced Couples Read More »

Proposed Illinois Laws Offering Protection To Women And Minorities

Illinois legislators have recently proposed a number of acts that further the opportunities for demographic groups at-risk of being disadvantaged, such as women, minorities, and persons with disabilities. If approved, many of these acts will go into effect January 1, 2020. Below is a brief summary of just a few of the bills currently under …

Proposed Illinois Laws Offering Protection To Women And Minorities Read More »

Divorce In The Digital Age: How Technology Affects Your Settlement

Social media is intended to unite individuals; however, when going through a divorce proceeding, social media may bring an individual too close to their ex and could even affect the way their case is settled. Without a second thought, many people create posts that give clues about their infidelities, income, habits, and lifestyle.  All of …

Divorce In The Digital Age: How Technology Affects Your Settlement Read More »

What Is Mediation?

If you are currently in the midst of a divorce or other proceeding involving child custody, visitation, or division of assets, then you are likely familiar with the term “mediation.” While the term may conjure up images of corporate board rooms, family mediation in Illinois is actually a much different process.  Understanding what happens during …

What Is Mediation? Read More »

Scroll to Top