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February 15, 2016

Hidden and Wasted Assets during Divorce

Division of Property, Divorce Finances



The divorce process relies on both sides to disclose all of their assets and relevant financial records to allow judges to make fair decisions about the division of property. When one spouse hides assets or wastes the marital assets on purely personal pleasure, it threatens to undermine the entire system. Uncovering Hidden Assets One of the […]

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June 8, 2015

Calling it Quits: How to Tell Your Spouse You Want a Divorce

Illinois divorce lawyer, Illinois family law attorney, Marriage



If you believe your marriage is coming to an end, telling your spouse that you want a divorce can be extremely difficult. Despite several years of fighting or failing to get along, the desire to divorce may come as a surprise to your spouse. Knowing how your spouse feels and the way in which you approach the topic […]

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December 8, 2014

Tips for Divorce during the Holidays

Divorce Trends, Illinois divorce lawyer, Illinois family law attorney, Marriage



Divorce is difficult. The holidays are difficult. And when the two coincide, it can be one of the most agonizing times in a person’s life. Even if a marriage has been going downhill for some time, this can be particularly hard to remember during the holiday season when stereotypes of intact families and joyous partnerships […]

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November 11, 2014

When Mediation Works in Illinois

Divorce Trends, Illinois divorce lawyer, Illinois family law attorney, Marriage



Ending a marriage is consistently rated as one of the most stressful life events that a person can go through. According to the American Institute of Stress’s Holmes-Rahe Life Stress Inventory, divorce is the second most stressful event a person can endure, second only to the death of a spouse. Marital separation from one’s mate is […]

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September 4, 2014

Advice for Co-Parenting after Divorce

Children of Divorce, Divorce Trends, Illinois divorce lawyer, Illinois family law attorney



Divorce is never easy. But sharing parenting duties after marital dissolution may be an even more difficult than the divorce itself. Not only does co-parenting after divorce force you to remain on good enough terms with your ex-spouse and successfully navigate shared schedules, duties, and responsibilities, it also means that you will likely have to see your ex-spouse […]

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August 7, 2014

To Keep Or Not to Keep the Marital Home

Division of Property, Illinois family law attorney



One of the most complicated steps of divorce is the division of marital property. If you and your spouse have been married for several years, this is all the more complex—especially if you have multiple pieces of property, cars, or share financial or operational duties in a small business. If you are considering divorce, the importance […]

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