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Marital property and divorce in Illinois

43131755_S (2).jpgWhen a couple gets divorced, marital property is usually subject to division between both parties. How it is divided depends on state law and other factors such as whether a couple has a prenuptial agreement. While married, individuals are encouraged to maintain complete records of how property was acquired and what was worth when acquired. This may help establish that an asset is actually solely-owned property that shouldn't be split in any way.

What to know about annulment in Illinois

54781187_S.jpgWhile they may sound similar in nature, there are key differences between an annulment and a divorce. An annulment occurs when a marriage is declared to be invalid. This means that the couple was never married, and any marriage contract that they may have had is null and void. It is important to note that a legal annulment is not the same as a religious annulment done by members of an individual's church.

Dwyane Wade's ex-wife sues over 2010 divorce settlement

7183715_S.jpgWhile some divorce cases become highly contentious, it is rare for a case to stretch out for nearly a decade. But it is possible, as long as at least one side remains dissatisfied with the division of property, child custody plan or other aspect of the divorce settlement.

Man wins lawsuit after getting fired for divorce

45947878_S.jpgIf you are getting divorced, there will be days you will not feel like going to work. But the fact that you have separated from your spouse or are getting a divorce should not affect your job security. In other words, hopefully you won't get fired because your boss finds out you have filed for divorce.

Behavior is a huge factor during divorce

11382939_S.jpgWhen you are going through divorce, one of the most important things you can do is behave yourself. Behavior is a major contributing factor to some divorce disasters, such as having public meltdowns that leave you legally liable for something. This behavior is unacceptable and can lead to more problems for you, and your wallet, as you proceed through divorce.

Beware non-attorneys that promise to help you get divorced

18206625_S.jpgOne thing that stops many people from filing for divorce is that it costs money. If one or both spouses want to, they can drag out the process by fighting over every single piece of marital property, costing both parties more in legal fees and court costs.

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