Can You Go Back to Court after a Divorce is Final?

Can you go back to court after a divorce is final? Absolutely. As a divorce attorney, I understand that things change. The parenting plan, finances, and life situations may look different years after the divorce is final, hence the need to possibly call your attorney and discuss going back to court, returning to collaborative process, or going to mediation to change your marital settlement agreement, and/or parenting plan.

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Farewell Address to the Illinois State Bar

Farewell Address to the Illinois State Bar

Q&A with Illinois State Bar Association President Anna Krolikowska

Collaborative Divorce

Anna P. Krolikowska, President of The Illinois State Bar Association says, Collaborative is really catching on because people realize a divorce does not have to be screaming, yelling and many hearings inside a courtroom.

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Q&A with Illinois State Bar Association President Anna Krolikowska

Q&A with Illinois State Bar Association President Anna Krolikowska

On June 17 in Springfield, Northbrook-based family law attorney Anna Krolikowska was installed as the 145th president of the Illinois State Bar Association, and just the fifth woman selected as president after a statewide vote. Krolikowska won the vote in all 102 Illinois counties.

She’s served on the ISBA Board of Governors since 2014 and in its General Assembly since 2009. Involved with many ISBA committees, councils and boards during her tenure, Krolikowska is active with five bar associations and several other legal associations as well.

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10 Reasons The Mediation Process is a Great Option In Divorce

Control.  Sometimes we feel we are in control of a situation.  Sometimes we feel as though we don’t have as much control over a situation.  My clients frequently tell me they feel their lives start to go out of control when they are separating and contemplating divorce.  Feeling in control of a situation is important for people.