Students dance to bring awareness to domestic violence

Feb 28, 2014 | Domestic Violence

Your marriage is over, and you want a divorce. You have no particular desire to drag the process out — and neither does your spouse.

Under Illinois law, you only have to live “separate and apart” from each other for six months to get a divorce based on irreconcilable differences. However, economic conditions may force you and your spouse to share living quarters for a while — even once the divorce is final.