How does COVID-19 affect my family law case?

How does COVID-19 affect my family law case? You probably wonder what will happen with your divorce or paternity case with the Illinois shelter-in-place order. STG Divorce Law is prepared and fully operational. Your case remains in safe hands. The Courts are operating on a limited basis. However, judges are on call to handle matters […]

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How to Communicate During Divorce

How to Communicate during Divorce You moved out a month ago. It’s been hard enough having to buy all new stuff at Ikea (and build it too) and you really miss the kids. It’s lonely but you’re doing your best to get along. She just emailed you – she says she wants to take the […]

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STG Divorce Law is the Top Choice for Clients in DuPage County

You can’t sleep. You can’t stop thinking about what will happen to your kids, the house, your condo in the city, and your retirement assets. Not to mention dealing with your busy career in the middle of all this. Do you trust the leader in divorce law? Or someone else? STG Divorce Law is the […]

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She said “It’s over.” How do you choose a divorce lawyer?

You and your wife just told your kids that you are getting divorced. They ran to their rooms crying. You knew this day would come but it is much worse than you even feared. Your heart has been torn out. You never thought it would come to this. You are worried about your kids, your […]

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Shouldn’t Your Divorce Lawyer Know How to Draft Better Settlement Agreements?

Your divorce took a year and a lot of money to resolve after your case seemed to blow up into a big deal. It finally got under control, and the lawyers worked out a settlement agreement. You read it and understood it, and signed the document. The case was finished. A couple years later, your […]

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Creating New Holiday Traditions Can Help Children Cope With Divorce

Family traditions are an important part of the holiday season, but those that are going through divorce often find that old traditions are no longer feasible. When children are involved, this can create a parent-sized gap in the home and may even lead to excessive sadness or depression. Lift your child’s holiday spirits this season […]

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