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March 2016 Archives

Estranged wife asks for child support

With regard to child support, parents may encounter all sorts of hurdles. For some, missing child support payments can lead to serious consequences such as fines and even jail time. For others, not receiving the child support they depend on can cause financial difficulties and make it very hard for them to raise their children. In Belleville, and other cities throughout Illinois, parents who have any issues related to child support should remain committed to working towards a successful resolution.

Dealing with divorce is painful, regardless of who you are

When people in Belleville read about celebrity divorces, they often see pictures of people who are well-dressed, coifed and smiling as if they don't have a care in the world. With a perceived distance from the real world around them, these people seem to marry on a frequent basis and then if it doesn't work out, they take care of the legal requirements and move easily on with their lives. However, is that really what happens?

Grandparents raising grandchildren in Illinois

According to the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services, more than 100,000 grandparents take care of their grandchildren in the state on a continual basis. There are a plethora of reasons why grandparents raise grandchildren, such as the death of a child's parents and children who are victims of abuse. Other reasons include teenage pregnancies, unemployment and other financial hardships, drug abuse and incarceration.

Is my premarital agreement enforceable?

Under certain circumstances, premarital agreements are non-enforceable, according to the Illinois General Assembly. In Belleville, and across the state, premarital agreements take effect when you tie the knot. However, if it can be proven that your premarital agreement was not voluntarily executed, it may not be valid.

Reviewing the Voluntary Acknowledgement of Paternity form

When it comes to establishing paternity, parents may have a variety of options. According to Illinois Child Support Services, the easiest method for parents in Belleville and throughout the state to establish paternity is by completing a Voluntary Acknowledgement of Paternity (VAP) form at the time of their child's birth. On these forms, parents will find helpful instructions and their responsibilities and rights are listed as well.

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