Parents in Illinois may spend weeks, even months trying to find a child custody arrangement that works for everyone in the family. At Johnson & Johnson, Attorneys at Law, we understand that even the most comprehensive plan may need to be reevaluated as time passes. Anyone who is sharing custody of a child should know what the rules are when it comes to making those changes.
When you are trying to establish paternity, you have several options. According to Illinois Parentage Act of 1964, you can accomplish this through the following:
Couples in Illinois on the brink of divorce are typically putting together financial statements in advance of the upcoming property division. Among the items included in these statements may be bank accounts, the house and vehicles. A spouse who owns a business should be aware that the company could also be affected by the separation.
One of the most stressful aspects of any divorce is often property division. At Johnson & Johnson, Attorneys at Law, we know that resolving these issues as quickly and fairly as possible is your top priority. There are certain measures that can help to simplify the process, such as having a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement.