Archive, June 2020.
In the state of Illinois, thousands of couples make the difficult decision to pursue a divorce, each year. While the divorce process can come with unforeseen challenges regardless of the circumstances, the divorce process can be increasingly complex when children are involved. If one parent is awarded primary parental responsibility of a child, the other parent will usually be required to pay some sort of child support. In the state of Illinois, child support payments are calculated through consideration of the income of both parents as well as parenting time and parental responsibilities of …
Posted in Child Support
Every single year thousands of Illinoisans make the difficult decision to pursue a divorce. While many divorces can be amicably resolved, others can lead to erratic and aggressive behavior from a spouse. Tragically, domestic violence is alarmingly common when spouses are considering a divorce or experiencing marital issues. If your spouse begins to behave in a manner that makes you fear for the safety of yourself or your children, it may be time to obtain an order of protection.
Posted in Family Law
When a person is charged with a serious criminal offense, the charges can change their life forever. Outside of the potential fines and possible jail time, a significant charge on a person’s criminal record can impact their ability to secure housing and employment opportunities. Fortunately, a person may be able to remove the charges from their record through expungement. Expungement is the process of removing all records of an arrest or charge from the public record. While the expungement process can be complicated, a knowledgeable attorney can guide you through the process.
Posted in Criminal Defense