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October 2014 Archives

Advice for Illinois parents facing a child custody battle

32559092_S.jpgGoing through a divorce can be emotionally draining enough. However, throw the threat of a heated child custody battle into the mix, and it can quickly feel overwhelming. As a parent, you want to make sure your children's best interests are protected, while also protecting your rights as a parent. This leaves many wondering what their options are and how to proceed.

Survivor benefit plan a unique aspect to military divorces

21060007_S.jpgWhen going through a divorce, you will have questions and concerns related to your specific situation. It is important to ask these questions and to know all of your rights when going through a divorce. In cases where you or your spouse are military members, know that the rights and options you may be entitled to will be different from non-military families. 

Divorce advice, Part 2: a few careful thoughts and tips

10361097_S.jpgWe referenced the wide world of divorce advice in our immediately preceding blog post (please see our October 22 entry), noting that it ranges widely from truly inane and useless writings to quite perceptive reflections and tips for surviving -- even thriving throughout -- the process.

Divorce info and advice: ubiquitous and varied in its quality

11717348_S.jpgGiven the centrality of divorce as a recurrently relevant and timely topic in American life, it is hardly surprising that dissolution-related stories, question-answer pamphlets, topical primers, do-it-yourself guides and other subject-specific focuses on this subject are always front and center.

Does Illinois provide for no-fault divorce?

15399163_S.jpgThe quick and unequivocal answer to the question posed in the above headline is that, yes, Illinois law does recognize no-fault divorce. In fact, every state in the country has a no-fault scheme enabling would-be divorcing parties to proceed with a marital dissolution without the need to prove wrongdoing on the part of one party as a prerequisite to a judicial order granting divorce.

Study analyzes online dating and divorce

15084699_S.jpgDivorce can be an emotionally draining time. For parents with children, decisions need to be made on custody, as well as visitation schedules. For married couples -- with and without children -- reaching an agreement on property division, such as who will get the family home or what to do with marital property, can also turn into a nightmare. Divorcing couples may also run into issues regarding alimony and other family law issues. At points throughout the process, it is no wonder that some start to wonder if getting married was all worth it and think back to when the two first met. 

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