It is that time of year again. It is time to select health insurance coverage for 2018. Open Enrollment period is from November 01, 2017 to December 15, 2018.
The past few years have been very exciting in the world of family law. Why? Illinois is making quite a few changes. The method of calculating child support is about to change.
The Law Office of Alyease Jones wishes that the upcoming holidays are filled with laughter and love. Please take the time to enjoy your family and friends. Happy Holidays!
Why not celebrate a day of love? Today is no exception. November 04, 2016 is “National Love Your Lawyer Day”. Seriously. There is a day that has been designated to shower love on the legal profession, specifically lawyers. Is this a stupid holiday? You be the judge.
Attorneys come in different sizes, shapes, and colors. As a potential client, it is important to find the right attorney to represent you. When selecting an attorney for any matter, a potential client must decide several things.
Father’s Day is just around the around the corner. No more ties or coffee mugs for gifts. Let’s show dads that we really care. Of course, it is NOT about the gift. Fathers are just as important as mothers. Fathers teach their children life lessons and practical skills.
A mother’s job is never done. Today, I would like to take the time to thank all the mothers. Thank you for your hard work, sleepless nights, and never-ending love. This weekend please take the time to appreciate all mothers-but most importantly, your mother.
Last week, I had someone ask me did I think an Attorney was necessary for their matter. My response, “I’m an Attorney—of course I think an Attorney is necessary”. Everyday people enter courthouses without an Attorney present to handle their legal matter. In the legal stratosphere, these individuals are called pro se.
A popular phrase is “team work makes the dream work”. Last week, more than ever, this phrase was applicable. While in parentage court, I was very attentive to other cases. Most of the parties had children in common, but were never married. There were a wide range of issues– from parenting time (visitation) to child support.
Unfortunately, for many marriages divorce is inevitable. There comes a time when a couple has to decide if staying together is “worth it”. There are many factors that lead to a divorce. Surprisingly, I have recently discovered the state you live in is an indication of the success rate of your marriage.