Sometimes parents cannot reach an agreement regarding the custody or their children in a divorce. In Illinois, custody and visitation are referred to
How Are Attorney Fees Handled in an Illinois Divorce?
If you are considering divorce, you may wonder who will pay the attorneys' fees in your Illinois divorce case. The general rule, of course, is that
What Happens if a Divorce Goes to Trial?
If you are unable to reach a divorce settlement, your case may go to trial to decide issues such as property division, spousal maintenance as well as
Living Together While Separated | Illinois Legal Separation Divorce Lawyer
Legal separations are rare, but are sometimes a strategy for couples to create two separate financial estates while maintaining marital benefits such
What to Do With the House – Illinois Divorce Law
When it comes to dividing property in a divorce, the family home is often a couple's largest asset. Deciding what you are going to do with the house
Dividing an Illinois Business in a Divorce
A business is considered property, which may be divided when spouses divorce depending on whether the business is considered marital or separate
Illinois Property Division Law…What is Considered Marital Property?
When contemplating divorce, many questions arise regarding the division of property. The state of Illinois is an equitable distribution state so
Your Cheatin’…Genes? Infidelity and Biology.
Ready to tie the knot after meeting and 'really getting to know' Mr. or Mrs. Right? Hold on, because you may want to get your prospective partner