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Is divorce more likely at the 3, 7 or 12 year mark?

10162632_s.jpgNo doubt most Illinois residents have heard of the seven-year itch. The phrase itself got popular from the 1955 movie starring Marilyn Monroe. The idea is that after seven years, couples begin to lose interest in each other. In terms of marriage, this can result in divorce.

Pentagon reports slight decrease in military divorce rate

13335203_s (1).jpgWhen it comes to divorce among military members, women in the service have the highest rate of divorce. Even with the recent decline in military divorce, women are still outpacing their male counterparts when it comes to the likelihood of filing for divorce.

Two unusual child support sentences recently handed down

15772652_s.jpgIn recent months there have been two cases stemming from unpaid child support that have resulted in rather unusual sentencing guidelines. For fathers living in Illinois, the outcomes of these cases only stresses the importance of having a full understanding of how child support works and making sure it is paid on time. If it is believed this is going to be a problem, this concerns need to be raised immediately.

Advice for Illinois parents who are thinking of divorce

10783513_s.jpgDeciding to get a divorce is typically never a split-second decision. Rather, it is quite normal for the husband or wife -- or in some cases even both spouses -- to think about asking for a divorce for some time before the question is finally popped. During this time of contemplating divorce, before actually asking, it is normal for some to wonder what the right decision to make is and if divorce is what he or she truly wants.

Details of Buzz Aldrin's divorce settlement emerge

property division-money-rings.jpgIn Missouri, when it comes to property division in divorce, it can become quite complicated. In general, in cases where there is no prenuptial or postnuptial agreement, one spouse can end up walking away with quite a bit in marital assets.

Signs that divorce could be in your future

arguing spouses.jpgWhenever a couple announces their decision to get a divorce, someone almost always will ask the inevitable question of when he or she knew it was time for divorce. Anyone who has gone through or is currently going through a divorce knows there is normally not one specific reason behind the divorce, but rather a series of signs that were present before one or both spouses just decided it was time to file.

Military father fights for child custody stipulations

9720588_s.jpgIt is hard enough for a parent to leave their child and be deployed to another country. However, the possibility of deployment is something that is understood when signing up for the military. In cases where there was a divorce and child custody stipulations, a parent should be able to rest assured knowing that everything will be handled properly in the case of deployment.

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