In this article, we explain how to request a new judge in Illinois family and civil litigation cases. We explain the four different contexts in which parties may request a new judge:
In this article, we answer many common family questions while explaining the purposes of each.
In this article we explain the primary caretaker presumption in Illinois child custody cases. When a mother and father cannot agree on parenting time and responsibility agreement, a family court judge has to decide which parent receives primary physical custody. This preference is usually given to the parent who is considered the child’s “primary caregiver.” In this article, we’ll provide an overview of exactly how courts define a “primary caregiver” and how this decision impacts child custody cases in Illinois.
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