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Category: Shared Parenting

Divorce and the Allocation of Parenting Time

Date: October 08, 2019

One of the most sensitive issues in any Illinois divorce is deciding how to best share child custody–or as current state law refers to it, the “allocation of parenting…

New 50/50 Parenting Time Bill Introduced

Date: February 19, 2019

New 50/50 Parenting Time Bill Introduced Earlier this month, legislators introduced a new law, known as House Bill 185, that if passed, would require family law courts grappling with…

Are Child Custody and Support Laws Unfair to Men?

Date: January 22, 2019

For many divorced parents trying to juggle careers, child custody, and child support, finding the perfect balance can seem near-impossible, especially if there are disagreements that end up keeping…

How Divorce Can Affect Your Child’s School Arrangements

Date: November 27, 2018

In 2016, Illinois stopped using the term ‘custody’ and began referring instead to the allocation of parenting responsibilities and parenting time, with the former referring to responsibility for decision…

Shared Parenting Bill to be Considered by Legislature

Date: July 03, 2018

Late last year, a bill was introduced in the Illinois Legislature that aims to increase the amount of parenting time awarded to non-custodial parents. House Bill 4113, more commonly…

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