Category: Divorce & Family Law

Divorce And Child Support In Illinois Questions Answered
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Posted August 05, 2021

Is there a certain age where a child can decide for themselves which parents to live with? However, the court does take into consideration what the child wants, and that can play out in a couple of different ways. Sometimes in domestic relations cases concerning the allocation of parental responsibilities and the parenting time, a […]

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Questions Answered On Getting Divorce During COVID in Illinois
Posted March 24, 2021

If couples are considering divorce during COVID, what are some important things they need to know ahead of time? There have been a lot of changes in the process of getting a divorce in Illinois now that COVID has taken effect. For example, couples now need to think about the division of stimulus checks. Most […]

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Why High Net Worth Divorces Are More Complex
Posted July 25, 2017

When substantial marital estate is involved, the division of property and divorce process becomes more contentious and complicated, with disputes arising at every single point. It is common for individuals having high value to have significant marital estates, which may include business interests, real estate holding, investments, complex trusts, international assets, and retirement accounts. These […]

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Is Collaborative Divorce the Right Choice for you?
Posted May 22, 2017

At the time of divorce, spouses have two options at their disposal: either to go through the lengthy, costly contested divorce, or work together to settle things through a collaborative divorce. The latter involves both parties to discuss and work out on main issues, such as maintenance, parental responsibilities, property division, custody and others, in […]

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Understanding the Key Elements of Divorce in Illinois
Posted March 07, 2017

There is a lot more to just deciding to dissolve your marriage and signing the papers in an Illinois divorce. Spouses have to settle several important matters that are an integral part of every divorce proceeding. In Illinois, it is also referred to as Dissolution of Marriage, and has both fault and no-fault grounds of […]

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Posted September 14, 2016

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