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Why Unmarried Fathers Should Care About Paternity

While many children are born out of a traditional marriage or partnership where it is clear who the father is, that is not always so. Therefore, finding out who the child’s father is in some situations is necessary. Paternity is legally establishing the identity of a child’s father, usually but not always through DNA testing, and it is often a critical factor in divorces regarding child support and custody, inheritance, or adoption. If you have questions about paternity, our Warrenville family law attorneys at Covert Marrero Covert LLP can ...

How To Talk To Your Children About Divorce

When you get divorced, telling the children is one of the most challenging parts. However, many people and their kids have gone through a divorce and dealt with the challenges, and you can, too. Keep reading to learn how to talk to your kids about divorce, and contact our divorce attorneys in DuPage County if you have legal questions. Plan What You Will Tell Them Psychology Today stresses the importance of putting your kids first when talking about divorce. This means carefully planning what you say and not allowing hurt or anger to come throug...

How Short-Term Rentals Have Impacted Real Estate Prices

In recent years, real estate websites, such as Airbnb and HomeAway, have affected the real estate market nationwide because the supply of short-term rentals has increased eight times since 2011. As a result, Airbnb and similar short-term rentals (STR) have become highly popular investments that look to continue for the foreseeable future. However, there has been considerable debate in many cities about the impact of short-term rentals on the availability and prices of real estate. Many say an ‘Airbnb effect’ hits many communities as hosts t...

Attorney Sadia Covert’s Article Featured in the DCBA Brief

Read Sadia Covert’s article on the Retrieval of Removed Children From Foreign Countries which was recently published on the DuPage County Bar Association website.     ...

What To Do If Your Property Is Going Into Foreclosure

If your home is going into foreclosure in Illinois, it is understandable if you are stressed and unsure about the future. However, be aware that if you are behind on your mortgage payments in Illinois, the loan servicer will eventually start the foreclosure process by filing a lawsuit in court. However, it can take 12 to 15 months in Illinois to complete a foreclosure, so you may have time to work things out. In this article, you will learn what to do if your property is going into foreclosure. If you need help, you can count on our foreclosure...

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