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DuPage County divorce attorney parenting plan

If you and your spouse have children together, your co-parenting relationship will likely extend even beyond a possible divorce, perhaps for several years into the future depending on your children’s ages. The necessity of co-parenting with your ex-spouse can be a major source of stress, but it does not always have to be difficult. However, there are things you can do both during and after the divorce process to help you and your ex continue to work together effectively for the good of your children.

Creating an Illinois Parenting Plan

The first step toward successful co-parenting with your ex is to work together during the divorce process to create a parenting plan that prioritizes the best interests of your children and is manageable for both parents. The two primary components of your parenting plan are parenting time and the allocation of parental responsibilities.

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Will County parenting time lawyer

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker has extended the state's Stay-at-Home order through the end of May. If you are a divorced parent, you may be struggling with how to navigate your parenting plan with your ex-spouse during this time. Consider taking some of the below actions with your children during your parenting time to make the most of your parental responsibilities at such an unprecedented moment in history.

Your Kids Will Thank You if You Do These Things

Spending time with your children has never been more important—or ever-present—than it is now. Many parents are experiencing new challenges related to work-life balance, and since schools have been closed for in-person classes, keeping children occupied during the Stay-at-Home restriction may be a tall order. One thing to keep in mind is that parenting time has been deemed essential, so unless you and the other co-parent make some sort of special arrangements, both parents should continue to spend time with their children as scheduled. Here are some inventive ways to keep your kids engaged during your agreed-upon parenting time:

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DuPage County spousal support attorney

When two people enter into marriage, they seldom think it is going to end in divorce. As the old adage says, “Til death do us part.” However, that promise is not always realistic. Married couples who experience relationship problems often go to counseling to resolve their disputes. Still, studies show that approximately 40 to 50 percent of all marriages in the United States end in divorce. The divorce rate for subsequent marriages is even higher. The stresses on marriage are diverse and myriad, and some couples work through them but others decide that legally ending their union might be in everyone’s best interest. There are various factors that can increase the likelihood of a divorce. If you are considering filing for divorce for whatever reason, it is important to consult with an experienced attorney who can protect your rights to marital property, spousal support, parenting time, and more.   

Issues that Can Destroy a Marriage

Whether a couple has been married for one year or 30 years, they may find that the “honeymoon period” is over. Every marriage is unique and can include different struggles, such as health crises, financial problems, or personality conflicts. A few of the major issues that can break down a marriage may include but are not limited to:

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