I have sole custody. Can I move the children wherever I want?

In Illinois, Sole allocation of parental responsibilities (formerly known as “sole custody”) allows a parent to be solely responsible for making decisions for a minor child. Statutorily, these decisions are broken down into four different areas, namely: Education, Religion, Medical, and Extra Curricular Activities. Generally, the parent who is allocated sole responsibility over these areas…

In Illinois, is property acquired after separation marital or non-marital property?

Parties almost always separate and begin pursuing separate lives before they even file for divorce.  Often, the parties will then believe that a “line in the sand” has been drawn where their earnings are no longer the property of their spouse as well. 750 ILCS 5/503 governs what happens with this property in a marriage…