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Get advice for complex cases involving out of state parties being sued, and how different jurisdiction can affect proceedings. By Paul L. Freinstein, a Chicago sole practitioner with over 30 years of experience in divorce and family law.
Become familiar with the uniform transfers to minors act (UTMA), which can help you prevent troubling situations in settling cases related to custodial assets. By Paul L. Feinstein, a Chicago family and divorce attorney with over 30 years of experience.
Learn how to help your clients through one of life's most emotional transitions, divorce. Most attorneys are focused on their job, which is the legal aspect of your clients divorce, but this article will help you assist your clients emotionally.
Paul L. Feinstein, Illinois divorce attorney, explains the findings in a study of Parental Alienation Syndrome (PAS) and the differences between the terms PAS and just parental alienation.
Are you an attorney that is preparing to appeal a court order for your client? Then take the advice from divorce lawyer Paul Feinstein, as he explains how to easily navigate the appealing process.
A lawyer not specializing in family law can be of significant assistance to a client contemplating a separation or divorce. Spotting issues and alerting clients to issues that need further exploration and analysis may turn out to be invaluable.
Get the facts on appealing after you have lost your divorce settlement. Knowledge of the appellate process is valuable and prepares you for the road ahead. An article by Michelle May O'Neil.