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Archive, July 2013.

Prenuptial agreements, or premarital agreements, have the illusion of being solely reserved for the famously wealthy.  However, that really is not the case.  Many everyday people have found that prenuptial agreements can be beneficial in the event of a separation or divorce.  There are both pros and cons of prenuptial agreements. Premarital agreements are the tools that determine what each spouse has in non-marital property in the event of a divorce, legal separation, or the death of a spouse.  They are founded upon contract law. Prenuptial agreements can be beneficial in that they can…

Many people use orders of protection when they are getting out of an abusive relationship. Sometimes, however, someone can get out of that relationship without one and it seems to be going well for a while, until the abuser comes back. Sometimes, after the couple is divorced and living their own lives, they are not bothered by one another. If your ex-husband or ex-wife continues to bother you after the divorce, it may be a good idea to file for an order of protection for your safety and the safety of your child. If children are involved, they may be listed in the order as “protected …

For an adoption to take place, the person available to be adopted must be placed in the home of a person or persons eligible to adopt. All states have laws that specify the persons who are eligible to be adopting parents and the persons who can be adopted. In addition, there are laws that designate the persons or entities that have the authority to make adoptive placements. Contacting a qualified attorney in your state will ensure that you are aware of what lies ahead of you. Who May Adopt? In general, any single adult or a husband and wife jointly can be eligible to adopt. In addition, a …

Even once child custody is determined, for a divorced couple who both want the best for their children, sharing schedules and determining visitation can be a challenge. This becomes all the more difficult if the custodial parent decides that he or she is going to move out of state. In some cases, a move out of state could be beneficial for the children (if the non-custodial parent consistently fails to follow through or is a threat to the ex-spouse), but in most cases moving out of state presents a whole new set of challenges for a divorced couple. In Illinois, if the custodial parent wants …
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