What Assets Are Subject to Probate?

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Estate Planning Lawyer When a person passes away, there is a high chance that–whether or not that person prepared a will that outlines how and where they want their assets distributed–those assets will go through probate. What Is Probate? Probate is, to put it simply, the state’s process of transferring the assets of the decedent… Read More »

Check in With Your Children During a Custody Battle

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Family Lawyer When two parents are going through a custody battle, it is crucial that they keep in mind how their children may be coping with these changes. The separation of parents and a change of daily living can cause children a substantial amount of stress. Depending on what age your children are, they may… Read More »

Will a Criminal Record Keep Me from Adopting a Child?

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Bloomington, IL Family Lawyer Adopting a child is one of the most significant events that a family can experience. The adoption process may be exciting, frustrating, expensive, overwhelming and deeply gratifying in turns. As a result, it is generally important to connect with an experienced adoption attorney as early in the process as possible. Although… Read More »

6 Tips for a Smooth Divorce Process

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Divorce Lawyer in Bloomington, IL The majority of spouses going through divorce, want the process to go as smoothly as possible. It can be painful enough to be parting ways from someone you thought you would spend forever with. Unfortunately in some cases, one spouse wants to make things as difficult as they can for… Read More »

Financial Abuse Is a Form of Domestic Violence

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Family Lawyer When most people think of domestic abuse, they think of physical violence, such as hitting, kicking, choking, and pushing a partner in ways that inflict physical injuries. They may also realize that emotional abuse, including belittling, name-calling, and the use of derogatory language against a partner, forms of domestic violence. These are two… Read More »