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Judge to decide fate of Cowboys star accused of domestic violence

Domestic violence is a problem that is often not recognized immediately. Rather, it usually happens behind closed doors in environments where victims are highly vulnerable and unable to get help. In many cases, domestic violence can have a lasting and damaging effect on victims and their families, and in serious cases it can have fatal results. For perpetrators, the consequences can significantly affect their reputation, career and ability to create healthy relationships altogether. 

Retirement and child support payments

With regard to child support, our law firm knows that there are a multitude of issues to take into consideration. For parents who are having a hard time paying child support, daily life can be overwhelming and there are various penalties they may face if they fall behind. Across Illinois, there are other circumstances in which a parent's child support order could be affected. For example, if you have recently retired or plan to retire soon, this significant change could also affect your child support payments.

What is sole custody?

If you are involved in a custody case in Illinois, you should know the different options you have in the type of custody you can request. One of those is sole custody. According to The Spruce, sole custody is when one parent has the sole responsibility and control over the children. If you are granted sole custody, you do not need to confer with your children's other parent when making major decisions if you do not want to. You have the authority to make any and all decisions about your children.

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