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Month: September 2015

Man defies court and then argues against contempt

An ongoing property division case may be of interest to Illinois residents. The New York controversy involves a man who sold marital property in violation of the court’s order during his divorce proceeding. Although he was ordered to deposit the proceeds from the sale into an escrow account for the property division, he never did…
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Powerhouse Attorneys Janet Boyle and Joy Feinberg Empower Female Lawyers

By Danielle Murry of Boyle Feinberg Sharma on Tuesday, September 8, 2015. Family law experts Janet Boyle and Joy Feinberg, of Boyle Feinberg Sharma, are proud to announce a continuation of the series of financial seminars for female attorneys entitled “Women Empowering Women.” Instrumental in developing this program are Joy; Ann-Marie Koss and Ed Schroeder…
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Cooperative parenting for divorced parties as school resumes

On behalf of Janet Boyle of Boyle Feinberg Sharma posted in Child Custody on Friday, September 4, 2015. As Illinois students return to school, the surge in activities can create challenges for many families. Children whose parents are divorced may find it difficult to keep up with activities and studies in light of parenting arrangements…
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