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Understanding finances and assets could aid in property division

There may be many events a couple plans during their lifetime, such as getting married, buying a house together or having children. Divorce is rarely on the list. However, when Illinois couples decide that divorce is imminent, there may be steps each spouse can take to aid in the process. Considering one's assets can help determine how to conduct property division.

Is a postnuptial agreement appropriate for me?

Most couples have heard about prenuptial agreements. In fact, if you or your spouse suggested such an agreement before you married, it may have caused some tension between you. Perhaps you and your partner ultimately discarded the idea, but now that you've been married awhile, you are starting to regret that you didn't follow through.

Proposed child support law change could affect payments for some

When couples decide to get divorced, they must contemplate multiple factors that may not only affect their lives, but their children's lives as well. Determining who will pay child support and how much should be paid is often a decision parents will face. One Illinois man is attempting to change some of the laws regarding child support where injured or disabled parents are concerned.

Property division may be complicated without an attorney

Illinois residents who are contemplating divorce have a lot to think about. One of the main considerations to make is in regard to property division. Depending on the couple's finances, this may be complex. Fortunately, divorce attorneys can help individuals determine how best to divide assets fairly.

Alimony basics to consider in divorce

When Illinois couples consider divorce, there will likely be one spouse concerned about the need to receive support, and the other spouse concerned about having to pay support. Alimony laws vary among jurisdictions, and the rules for awarding alimony and calculating the amounts may differ slightly from one state to the next. However, it will help if a few general aspects of alimony are kept in mind.

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