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Gun-surrender laws and restraining orders

15939026_S.jpgDomestic violence is a problem that affects many people in Illinois. It can sometimes be fatal. One measure that has been shown to reduce the rates of fatal domestic violence incidents is requiring people who have restraining orders against them to surrender their firearms.

Air Force has highest divorce rate of the branches

5769907_S.jpgMilitary life in Illinois carries high stress circumstances at times. Deployments, change of station moves and high operational tempo can all put pressure on a marriage and make divorce more likely. Of the branches of service, the Air Force has had the highest rates of divorce since 2011.

Working out custody issues

29493362_S.jpgIllinois parents who are divorcing are often concerned about what will happen to their children. Knowing that it is in the best interests of the child or children to have a strong relationship with both parents, divorcing spouses will often work diligently to set aside their differences and develop a custody plan that works for everyone involved.

Handling joint accounts in a divorce

41818583_S (1).jpgA divorce can be a long and expensive process. Many accounts and assets become frozen during division and cannot be withdrawn from. An Illinois resident who is considering divorce may want to take preemptive measures to secure funds from joint accounts, but caution is warranted.

Helping abuse victims during disaster response

21816279_S.jpgIllinois residents or others who go through a natural disaster may experience emotional trauma. They may also experience physical injury or stress that comes from not having access to food, water or basic services. These factors may increase the likelihood of domestic violence in the aftermath of a storm like Hurricane Harvey. Therefore, those who study the issue say that domestic violence services should be part of an overall disaster recovery plan.

Military divorce rates differ for men and women

6568349_S.jpgFamilies represent a critical support system for military personnel in Illinois, but not all marriages withstand the extra pressures of serving the country. The Pentagon tracks divorce rates among all service members and separates figures for men and women. In 2016, divorces among men in the military remained stable at 2.6 percent. Divorces among servicewomen, however, rose in 2016 to 6.6 percent from 6.2 percent in 2015.

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