Category Archives: Family Law

What Qualifies as a Change of Circumstances When Modifying Child Support?

The child support payments that are established during a divorce are meant to be modified as the needs of the children and means of the parents change over time. Illinois allows co-parents to petition to modify their child support agreement … Continue reading

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Proposed Bill to End Tax Deduction for Abortions in Arizona

From The Daily Signal: An Arizona congressman plans to introduce a bill Wednesday that would end a tax deduction for abortions. “For years, the pro-abortion movement has marketed abortion as a form of reproductive health care,” Rep. Andy Biggs, R-Ariz.,… … Continue reading

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IS IT BETTER TO FILE CHAPTER 7 OR CHAPTER 13?

Once you have decided to file bankruptcy, it is very important to file the chapter that is best for your situation.  There are several factors which you need to consider with your bankruptcy lawyer when choosing which type to file … Continue reading

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Considering Divorce? Here’s the First Thing You Need to Do

Is your marriage rocky? Do you feel unhappy? Even before you officially decide to file for divorce or legal separation, you need to speak to a divorce lawyer. Consulting a divorce lawyer does not necessarily mean that you are going … Continue reading

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Recent Developments in Texas Estate Planning Law

As McKinney estate planning attorneys, we stay up-to-date on developments in estate planning law that impact our clients.  Recent developments include the increase in the federal estate tax exemption from $5 million to $10 million under the Tax Cuts and … Continue reading

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