Archive for March 2017

Avoiding Micro Managing in Co-Parenting

When you share your child with an ex-spouse, your final judgment of dissolution of marriage is only the beginning of a new chapter in your relationship. Whether you entered into a parenting plan voluntarily or as a result of litigation, you must figure out how to make co-parenting work in the most efficient way, for…

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The Dunkel Divorce

The Dunkel Divorce

Appeal, appeal, and appeal again! That’s what David Dunkel and Maureen Daly are Doing.   Since July 2012, David Dunkel and his now ex-wife, Maureen Daly, have been in court battling over the details of their divorce. One of their majorly-contested issues involves whether Mr. Dunkel should be ordered to transfer stocks in K-Force to…

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Hairstylists, Cosmetologists, and Collaborative Law

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Illinois Shows Us How to Market Our Collaborative Practices. For years, I’ve preached that practitioners should work hard to ensure that all of their first responders are aware of the benefits of the collaborative divorce process. Now, the State of Illinois has recognized who some of those leading first responders are, and has taken steps…

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