Aaron Carnine Family Law Attorney

Divorce, Parenting, Property, Adoption, Guardianship

Aaron Carnine, Partner at Black, Ballard, McDonald, P.C.

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Experience

Exclusively Family Law. Divorce, Parenting Time, Property Division. In practice since 1999. Dedicated staff.

Goals

Plan is to resolve your case amicably and economically. Settlement remains a paramount goal.

Costs

How long does it take? How much does it cost? The answer depends on you. As disagreements arise we advise and monitor your costs closely.

Contact

Aaron Carnine
108 S. 9th St, Mt Vernon IL 62864
618-242-3310
[email protected]
illinoisfirm.com carnine.net

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The old "scorched-earth" method of divorce only causes pain, while the attorneys profit. Aaron Carnine will seek meaningful resolution, while dealing with that mentality.

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Latest News

Aaron Carnine was featured in the August 2018 Illinois Bar Journal for the development of OurChildInfo.com Taught a class in Advance Directives in October 2018 at Good Samaritan Hospital in Mt. Vernon

Mother’s Day Full Weekend

Mother's Day

Mother shall always have the child on Mother’s Day from 9am to 6pm. Father shall always have Father’s Day from 9am to 6pm . The party being honored has the option to have the full weekend in which that day falls. That option shall be confirmed using www.ourchildinfo.com. If that day falls on a weekend that is not the parent’s regular weekend, the other parent shall have residency on the next two weekends so as to resume the established schedule. #mothersday #fathersday #visitation #carnine

EASTER falls between late March and late April following the cycle of the moon.

Easter is the first Sunday after the Paschal Full Moon, which is the first moon whose 14th day (the ecclesiastic “full moon”) is on or after March 21 (the ecclesiastic “vernal equinox”). The Father shall have the minor child every year from 8am to 1pm and the Mother shall have the minor child from 1pm to 6pm. Parents shall use www.OurChildInfo.com to coordinate the transportation. #custody #divorce #ex