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Unpaid Child Support Payments: The Consequences & Your Options to Collect

Non-payment of court ordered child support can significantly affect the well-being of a child. Across the nation, only 58% of one-parent households have a court ordered support agreement, and of that percentage, only one-half receive the full support they are owed. [1] In Illinois, non-payment of child support is a serious offense and a series …

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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 …

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What is a “Substantial Change in Circumstances” for Modifying Child Support or Maintenance?

Anyone under an obligation to pay child support or maintenance has probably heard the phrase “substantial change in circumstances.” This is the standard typically required to get a modification of support or maintenance unless the order is able to be reviewed for other reasons, such as a certain amount of time that has passed since …

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Fertility Preservation Insurance

Do You Have Fertility Preservation Insurance?

Worries of infertility after serious medical conditions or treatments are being lessened by a new Illinois law, effective January 1, 2019. Pursuant to 215 ILCS 5/356z.29, any individual or group policy of accident and health insurance that is either amended, delivered, issued or renewed in Illinois after January 1, 2019, mustprovide coverage for medically necessary …

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