Whether you are looking to adopt a child, change parenting time, or file for a divorce in Peoria County, our experienced Peoria County family law attorneys will ensure an affordable and successful resolution to your matter. We have attorneys in every specialty of family law that work together to ensure you have the best representation and advocate for your your rights.
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Peoria County Family Law Attorney
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In this video, Peoria County Family Law attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains the recent changes to family law in Peoria County family law cases.
Peoria County child support laws have changed in 2019 to include changes to tax treatment of spousal maintenance. Thee is a new threshold for the application of statutory guidelines for spousal maintenance have also changed, and our Peoria County family law attorneys explain the recent changes to these laws.
In this video, Peoria County family law attorney Kevin O'Flaherty examines and answers frequently asked family law questions
In this article, our Peoria County family law attorneys answer our frequently asked questions about Peoria and Illinois family law. Family law effects many lives, and we want to ensure that you have all the relevant information to ensure that your family's needs are met to the fullest extent. We discuss questions like:
In this video, Peoria County family law attorney Kevin O'Flaherty discusses the process of changing child custody and parenting time in Peoria County family law cases.
Often times, there are cases that require the custody over a child to be changed or for parenting times to be amended. In Illinois, the term “child custody" is no longer used in courts, but rather it is referred to as “parenting time and responsibility". Our Peoria County family attorneys are here to explain how you can ensure that the needs of your family and your children are met and modified as needed.