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Recent Supreme Court ruling could impact military divorces

10575949_S.jpgAs a previous post highlighted, military couples in Springfield and nationwide have to go through a more complex process to end a marriage when compared to those going through a civilian divorce. Military laws have influence and power over the process, which often makes a military divorce more complex and challenging.

Guiding you through the military divorce process

24447019_S.jpgWith several major military bases in the state of Illinois, there are numerous military families residing in the state. While being married to a service member can be beneficial and life fulfilling, it can also be the cause of various marital problems. This is also why some military families much face the complex process of a military divorce.

What are the different types of child custody arrangements?

58904961_S.jpgDivorcing with children can be a complex matter for parents in Illinois. Divorce not only signify the end of a marriage, but it also brings a change in family dynamics. A child will go from a one-family home to a two-home family, which can be a major life change. Thus, when parents are determining the parenting time they desire, it is crucial to consider the best interests of the child.

What shared parenting means to Illinois parents and children

57554911_S.jpgThe divorce process alone is considered difficult and challenging for couples in Illinois and elsewhere. However, when children are added to the process, this can make an already difficult time more challenging. Parents must make life-changing decisions, and they are often unsure if these choices are truly in the best interests of their children.

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