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Child Custody for Teenage Parents in Illinois | What Happens When Parents are Minors?

In Illinois, the baseline rule is that parents who are under the age of 18 have the same rights to parenting time and responsibility as parents who have reached the age of majority. In allocating parenting time and responsibility courts look at all of the facts of the case and make a decision based on the best interests of the child involved.

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Adoption When the Father is Unknown in Illinois

In this article we explain the adoption process when the father is unknown in Illinois.  We explain fathers’ rights in Illinois adoption and answer the questions “who qualifies as a putative father for the purpose of Illinois adoption?”, “what is the putative father registry?”, and “what if the father is unknown in an Illinois adoption case?”

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How to Correct Your Criminal Record in Illinois

In this article, we explain how to correct errors on your criminal record in Illinois.  We explain the Illinois criminal record Access and Review Process, how to request a copy of your FBI criminal history, how to request Illinois criminal records, and how to challenge your Illinois criminal history.

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