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Family Law

Determining Paternity After Death in Illinois: How to Prove Paternity After the Father Dies

DNA Testing for Paternity After Death

In this article we will explain how to prove paternity after the alleged father’s death in Illinois. We will explain DNA testing for paternity after death and DNA testing for paternity through immediate relatives.

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Are GAL Communications and Work Product Covered By Attorney-Client Privilege?

Attorney-client Privilege versus Work Product

In this article, we will answer a reader question: “are Guardian Ad Litem communications and work product covered by attorney-client privilege?”

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Illinois Child Support and Additional Expenses: Child Care, School, Extracurricular, and Medical Expenses

Illinois Child Support and Extraordinary Medical Expenses and Special Needs

Illinois courts frequently order payments from a child support obligor over and above those mandated by the guidelines for certain additional expenses. In this article we will explain how additional expenses are handled in Illinois child support cases.  These include medical expenses and expenses for special needs, educational expenses and extracurricular expenses, and child care expenses. For some foundational information on Illinois child support law, check out our article, Illinois Child Support 2018.

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