It is not unusual for married spouses in Chicago to work hand-in-hand in running a family business. Doing so requires much compromise and cooperation. That being said, sometimes it is best for a married couple to end their marriage. However, does this automatically mean the end of the family business?
There comes a time for many parents in Chicago when they have to move. Perhaps the move is due to a new job opportunity or to be closer to family. However, these moves can be especially tricky when child custody arrangements are involved.
The label of the "deadbeat dad" is prevalent in our nation's culture. In fact it is assumed by some in Chicago that deadbeat dads purposely fail to pay child support, perhaps to get revenge on the child's mother or simply because they do not want to support their child. However this is far from the truth.
When a couple in Chicago goes through a divorce, they may have many things on their mind. What they may not be thinking of, however, is the possibility of a tax audit following a divorce. However, this is one thing that couples should keep in mind, to avoid further complications down the road.
Jon and Kate Gosselin are famous due the show "Jon & Kate Plus 8," which highlighted the daily ups and downs that came with raising two sets of multiples - sextuplets and twins. Unfortunately, a messy and contentious divorce has kept the couple in the limelight long after the show had been cancelled three years ago. Illinois readers may be interested in the following story.
When it comes to property division after a divorce, it is easy to let emotions get ahold of logic. However, couples in Chicago should make sure they take steps to achieve the best possible outcome in the property division process.
There are many unfortunate myths surrounding child support that place it in a bad light. However, Chicago residents may be interested in a new report issued by the Congressional Research Service that has provided new information on exactly who receives child support and how much is paid.
When a couple goes through a divorce, the issue of taxes may not be on their mind. However, a divorce also comes with tax implications that each spouse should note. High-income earners in Illinois may be interested in the following information.
Although going through a divorce has its challenges, it may also be a time of great personal growth. Spouses in Illinois may see a divorce as their opportunity for a fresh start. That being said, it is important that spouses take care of their emotional health during a divorce. Doing so not only benefits the spouse, but it also benefits their children who are also experiencing life changes following a divorce.
Child support can be a contentious issue, particularly when the receiving parent claims they did not receive the payments they were owed. Parents in Chicago may be interested in the following story about R&B singer R. Kelley's recent child support situation.