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Family Law Blog

  • By: Gene Kirzhner
  • Published: December 20, 2022

Visitation rights can be a complex topic to discuss, but it will come up at some point in any divorce or child custody case. You must understand what visitation rights are, when they might apply, and how they are set. What Are Visitation Rights? Visitation rights allow non-custodial parents to spend time with their children. They can also be extended…Read More

  • By: Gene Kirzhner
  • Published: December 13, 2022

A spousal support attorney handles cases related to spousal support. When one spouse in a divorce is awarded support by the court, depending on the length of the marriage and other factors, that spouse may be entitled to receive financial support from the other spouse. Spousal support is only granted when both spouses have reached an agreement, or a judge…Read More

  • By: Gene Kirzhner
  • Published: December 6, 2022

Have you been the victim of harassment and don't know what to do? In some states, victims of harassment seeking protection from harassment are granted restraining orders. Restraining orders are forms of protection against domestic violence and harassment. The best way to protect yourself is to fill out the application correctly and submit it early. This article answers you’re most…Read More

  • By: Gene Kirzhner
  • Published: November 29, 2022

We at Strategic Divorce, a law firm located in lake bluff office center in Zion. If you or someone you care about is facing a family law issue, let us tell you what we can do for you. We handle all matters relating to family law, including property division. Our website contains detailed information to help you learn more about…Read More

  • By: Gene Kirzhner
  • Published: November 22, 2022

Post-divorce disputes are hard to deal with. In addition, there is a significant risk of one partner fighting back and causing a long-lasting level of anger within the other partner. The safest way to prevent a post-divorce dispute is with a divorce agreement that is clear, detailed and understandable. What Is a Divorce Agreement? A divorce agreement is the written…Read More

  • By: Gene Kirzhner
  • Published: November 15, 2022

One of the legal terms related to divorce used in a family law context is post-decree which means after a divorce decree has been issued. Issues handled in post-decree motions are disputes between the parties after the final judgment entered in a divorce case has been entered. Post decree disputes can be addressed through contested motions. What Are Post Decree…Read More

  • By: Gene Kirzhner
  • Published: November 8, 2022

Paternity disputes can be extremely complicated, but they are common and will arise when unmarried parents separate or divorce. If there was no marriage, the parents might not agree on fatherhood and financial responsibility. This should not be a big issue if you have Strategic Divorce. Our attorneys are experienced and qualified to handle any paternity case, including the more…Read More

  • By: Gene Kirzhner
  • Published: November 1, 2022

Navigating through the various stages of parenthood can be a challenging roller coaster ride, especially when you decide to separate or get divorced. When faced with a parenting issue, you may wish to have an attorney that represent you in court. While a judge will likely hear your case, the judge's decision can be altered by what "evidence" is presented…Read More

  • By: Gene Kirzhner
  • Published: October 25, 2022

Orders of protection are legal documents issued by the court on behalf of someone who has been abused or is afraid of being in danger of abuse. It is a civil order created by law and relies heavily on equitable principles. The order must be requested by someone who thinks they need help under the law, and it can be…Read More

  • By: Gene Kirzhner
  • Published: October 18, 2022

Interstate divorce, also known as an intrastate divorce, occurs when one spouse requests to have their marriage dissolved and then lives in a different state from their spouse. This type of divorce is generally easier than standard divorces because each house does not need to gather evidence for the other one. There is no requirement for obtaining a co-habitation license…Read More

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