Divorce Following COVID-19

The coronavirus pandemic led to many struggles, and relationships were not an exception. From financial issues to spending every moment together, many marriages were put to the test. If you are going through the divorce process following COVID-19, you are not alone. Read about the common impacts...

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Divorce Lawyer

A lawyer who specializes in divorce will be able to effectively: -Make sure your interests are protected when it comes to issues such as maintenance and child support -Review and discover hidden assets -Maximize your chances of a beneficial outcome if a family business is involved -Advocate for...

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Child Custody in Illinois

Typically, remarriage will have no impact on custody. The only time custody would be impacted in such a case, is if the court believes the remarriage is not in the child’s best interest. An example of this is if a parent married an individual who has a criminal history that may be harmful to the...

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High Asset Divorce in Illinois

What is considered a high asset divorce in Illinois? Illinois law defines a high asset divorce as a divorce where the net income of the spouses is $500,000 or more. In the case of a high asset divorce, the court will take into consideration certain circumstances in order to determine alimony....

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Contested Divorce

If you have lived in Illinois for at least 90 days, then you can file for divorce. The first step you must take is filing a petition for divorce in your county. The petition states that you want a divorce, and how you think matters such as division of property and parental responsibilities should...

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