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Illinois records became part of a child custody dispute

Divorce is always a difficult process, even if both spouses agree that it is the best thing for their futures. The most complicated and meaningful part of the process is dealing with the needs of children from the relationship. This may prove to be a priority for parents who never married, as children can be a divisive subject in any relationship that involves them.

How is child custody decided during a divorce?

What happens when parents feel the need to divorce? Even if the finances and properties are well sorted out, there will be emotional consequences that can last a lifetime. Before you say that it's not affecting you as a divorcing parent, think about the child who has no choice in the matter and will have to learn to accept the custody determination.

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