Parental Responsibility for Children’s College Expenses After a Divorce

Parental obligation to contribute to children’s college expenses in Illinois In Illinois parents, who are divorced, who are legally separated or who have never married, may be ordered to contribute to their children’s college or professional training expenses after graduation from high school.   By statute, parental contribution to children’s post high school educational expenses is …

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Virtual Visitation in Illinois

Virtual visitation overview Under Illinois law, a non-custodial parent is entitled reasonable visitation with his or her child unless a court has determined, after a hearing, that the visitation would endanger the child’s physical, mental, moral, or emotional health. Traditionally, visitation has meant in-person time spent between the child and a parent. However, the pervasive …

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Don’t Overcomplicate Your Divorce Case, Hire A Chicago Divorce Lawyer

Divorce can be a complicated thing.  Especially if you’re Christo Lassiter and Sharlene Boltz, divorced couple from Cincinnati, Ohio.  Not only have this couple been feuding over court hearings and paperwork for the last 20 years, they’re law professors! According to Above The Law, 56 year old Christo is a professor of law and criminal …

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