How May My Business Be Divided During a Divorce?

For spouses who own a business, divorce proceedings generally require the enterprise to be divided fairly under the Illinois equitable distribution laws. This applies to commercial ventures of any size. Small businesses contribute more than 40% to the nation's GDP; the court views smaller family...

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Postnuptial Agreements

A postnuptial agreement is more easily overturned than a prenuptial agreement. This is because a postnuptial agreement occurs after marriage, so assets may have already been co-mingled. If you wish for an enforceable postnuptial agreement that aligns with your wishes, it is paramount you seek the...

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Coping With Grief After Your Divorce

When divorce arises, in many cases, grief does as well. Thankfully, due to grief being a universal experience, there have been many strategies devised to get through it. Here are some tips on how to grieve in a healthy manner, and create the best post-divorce version of yourself possible. Divorce...

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Same Sex Marriage in Illinois

Same sex marriage was legalized in Illinois with the passage of the Religious Freedom and Marriage Fairness Act. This law states that all laws applicable to marriage apply equally to same-sex and different-sex couples. Before its passage, Illinois allowed for same-sex couples to enter into civil...

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Gathering Superior Resources for Your Case

When granting parenting time and decision-making responsibilities, the court takes into account what situation would serve the child’s best interests. Throughout parental responsibility cases, we take a detailed approach to gathering information. We strive to reach a successful outcome through...

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