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900 E. Roosevelt Road, Lombard, IL 60148

Phone: 630-932-9100


134 N. Bloomingdale Road, Bloomingdale, IL 60108

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virtual visitationSometimes, even when the court orders visitation, a parent isn’t able to spend enough time with his or her child. Jobs that require frequent travel, or family circumstances, sometimes make it hard for parents to be there for regular visits. But, thanks to modern technology, in some cases there may be a solution to this issue. Virtual visitation allows for parents and children to connect through things like Skype, Facetime, webcams, email, and text messages.

When Virtual Visitation May Be a Good Idea

Illinois is one of the few states that has specifically dealt with the issue of virtual visitation in its family law statutes. Virtual visitation is not for cases where there has been abuse of any kind or misuse of the parenting time rules.

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b2ap3_thumbnail_parental-relocation.jpgAfter a divorce, the parties involved finally feel they are able to focus on who they are as individuals, now that the couple has ended. Largely, the shift from a couple to an individual creates a sense of renewal, and for many divorcees it may mean buying a new car, getting a new job, or moving to a new town (largely to put a little distance between the ex-spouses). Parental relocation can have significant effects on the children who are caught in between the life they once had as a child of the couple, and now the child of two individuals. Relocation can have a negative impact on children as not only are they dealing with the major life change of their parents separating and not living under the same home, but relocation could mean a new home, a different community, a different school, and new friends.

The Amendment to Parental Relocation

Relocation has always been a significant issue in child custody battles as the courts evaluate, in a joint custody situation, the best interests of the child. Generally, however, the moving parent may still receive visitation and communication rights, but the ability to relocate the child is under the microscope and at times, not permitted. The newest update to the Illinois Marriage and Dissolution of Marriage Act (IMDMA) provides a broader, more relaxed approach to parental relocation by reviewing several factors before ascertaining that a parent loses residential custody of their child.

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Chicago family law attorneys, child support, collecting child support, Illinois Marriage and Dissolution of Marriage Act, Mevorah Law Offices LLC, non-custodial parentIllinois Law 

When a couple divorces in Illinois, in most cases, the non-custodial parent will be required to pay child support to the custodial parent. The law governing child support payments in Illinois is the Illinois Marriage and Dissolution of Marriage Act (“Act”). Under the Act, a couple can negotiate on their own what terms they want to work out for payment or, if the couple cannot agree, the court will arraign a structured payment plan that is in the best interests of the child or children.

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