An Illinois man recently exposed the details about his challenging divorce experience. The man explained that when he first met his ex-wife, a dancer, the two dated for a few months, then quickly got married. Everything went well for a while. All their friends thought they were perfect together. However, soon the marriage began to sour.
As some Chicago parents know, failing to pay court-ordered child support payments can have serious consequences. Capone, one half of the rap duo Capone-N-Noreaga, learned this truth when he was recently arrested for failing to pay child support for his daughter. Allegedly, the rapper has failed to meet his financial obligations for the last eight years.Capone reportedly owes more than $160,000 in support for his 12-year-old daughter. While the rapper has been released from jail on a $10,000 bond, the judge has restricted his travel. Capone is only allowed to go to travel within three states. Despite the allegations, the rapper claims that he had taken care of his daughter even though it does not appear that way on paper.
For hundreds of soon-to-be divorced couples across Illinois, and the nation, there are literally thousands of things to think about. Who gets the house, who will get the kids, and how to split the bills are among a few; but by the end of the long question monologue, some couples forget about how to split up insurance plans.
For citizens of Illinois and across the nation, primary child custody is granted to whomever the judge feels can offer the best for the child or children involved.