Child Support During High Inflation

Cari Rincker Child Support, Co-Parenting, Family/Matrimonial Law Leave a Comment

In the first quarter of 2022, inflation is up over 8%, the highest since the early 1980s. With this high inflation rate, you are likely paying more for everything for your child – from gas in your car, to diapers and music lessons. Maybe you’re wondering if your child support payments can go up to match your increased costs. Unfortunately, …

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Business Ownership and Divorce: What You Need to Know

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Divorce is rarely simple. When two people’s lives are intertwined—physically, emotionally, and legally—separating the individual strands can be a task akin to untying the Gordian knot. The longer a couple has been together and the more they share, the more difficult this task becomes. It can be even more difficult if the divorcing couple co-owns a business or one spouse …

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Illinois Prenups: What You Need to Know to Get Started

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Do I need a prenup before I get married? No one gets married with the intention of getting divorced, but it is always a good idea to protect your rights and your property in the event that life does not goes as planned, regardless of your financial circumstances. Divorce is inevitably complicated, contentious, and unpredictable.  In Illinois, the law requires …

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Four Reasons Why Farmers Should Have Prenuptial Agreements

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Hear me discuss in this short video why farmers (and those marrying them!) should have a prenuptial agreement.

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