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July 2017 Archives

Divorcing near retirement age could affect property division

It is very unlikely that most couples ever plan for divorce. However, even though most envision spending the rest of their lives with their spouse, many factors may lead to extreme changes. Those divorcing at or near retirement age may face obstacles related to their retirement plans and other property division challenges. An experienced Illinois divorce attorney may be able to help those facing these difficulties.

Important information regarding guardianship of children

While it is always beneficial when a child can remain with one or both of his or her biological parents, it is not always possible. There are a variety of circumstances that may necessitate another adult stepping in and acting as guardian on behalf of a child, but the legal process of establishing this sort of protection can be arduous, even when it is clearly in the best interests of the child.

Couples must consider many factors with property division

Illinois couples who are considering divorce may find themselves facing not only an emotional burden, but a financial one as well. Luckily, they may be able to ease this concern by sorting out their property division in the early stages. Consulting an attorney could help couples figure out the best way to do so.

What are the concerns about relocating and child custody?

Parents hold a lot of responsibility for ensuring their children get to spend time with each of them after a divorce in Illinois. The court's work hard to ensure both of you are in your children's lives and that visitation is not something difficult for anyone. However, custody and parenting time can be compromised if you or the child's other parent decides to move and it is deemed a relocation.

Negotiating tips for high asset divorces

Couples who are about to embark upon divorce in Illinois may have some concerns, especially in a high asset situation. It can often be difficult to iron out all the details without getting into a power struggle. The best way to avoid such issues is to ensure solid negotiation tactics are used when settling the details of the divorce.