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Tips for resolving parental disputes without hurting the kids

If you've decided to become a coparent and share joint custody with your soon-to-be ex-spouse, you're bound to encounter some form of conflict with the other parent of your child at some point in the future. Although some ex-spouses can certainly pass through post-divorce parenthood without any kind of arguments, it's not that uncommon. As such, you'll want to develop an action plan for conflict resolution and build it into your divorce settlement.

6 cases when you should definitely divorce

No divorced spouse in Lake Zurich will tell you that the process of separating from a spouse is easy. Many of them will tell you that they were happier and more confident with themselves in the long-run, but they will rarely tell you that divorce was an enjoyable experience.

Parenting provisions: Parent participation in a child's education

When parents get involved in the education of their children, everyone benefits. The parents can make sure their child is receiving the best education possible, the child in school feels supported by the parents, and teachers are better at being more effective in their jobs.

Alimony: What records should I keep?

Illinois residents paying alimony are usually not entirely happy about it. Even if you can see the "logic" behind your need to pay alimony to your ex-spouse, the financial burden may not be easy for you to endure, so you'll want to take whatever tax breaks you can from the requirement.