Custody Insights

When getting divorced today in Illinois, did you know that courts are no longer allowed to award Sole Custody to one parent?  Did you also know that courts are no longer allowed to enter Joint Custody awards either?

Today, all individuals getting divorced in Illinois who have children either biologically, by adoption, or by way of surrogacy, are required to enter into Allocation Judgments.  Although an Allocation Judgment can be similar to a Custody Judgment, there are distinct differences in these types of agreements.  Find answers to these questions and any other divorce-related questions you may have by contacting The Law Offices of Michael P. Doman, Ltd.

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