When you are strongly considering divorce, it is helpful to define your goals by thinking about what you need and want from your divorce. Having a
Is Traditional Divorce Right for My Situation?
Traditional divorce, also known as litigated divorce, does not mean that your divorce case will necessarily wind up in court - in fact over ninety
Continuing Health and Life Insurance After Divorce
Many questions arise when couples divorce regarding benefits one may have taken for granted as a married couple, benefits such as health and life
Ex-Spouse Not Making Court Ordered Payments to Joint Credit Cards
If you and your spouse have a joint credit card - both names are on the account - both of you are responsible for the payment even if only one of you
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
Weighing Taxes in Divorce Settlements
It is important to consider taxes when determining the division of property, alimony and child support in a divorce proceeding. If you divide property
Should a Divorcing Spouse Move Out of the Marital Home?
When divorcing, there are many things to consider. One question that comes up in divorce cases is whether or not one spouse should leave the marital
Illinois Spousal Maintenance
Until recently, spousal maintenance awards were widely inconsistent, even where circumstances were very similar. To address the disparity, a formula
Illinois Divorce Property Division
Divorce laws differ from state to state and where you live determines how assets and debt will be divided in your divorce case. There are nine