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April 2019 Archives

Husband seeks to have prenuptial agreement invalidated

When a couple in Illinois or other area of the country chooses to marry, they typically do so with the intention of spending the rest of their lives together. Even with this expectation, many couples choose to create a prenuptial agreement, just in case their marriage should end in divorce. While such an agreement can usually help reduce some of the conflict associated with divorce proceedings, a couple in another state has experienced conflict regarding whether their prenup should be enforceable.

In some circles, a high asset divorce draws much speculation

The lives of the super wealthy attract the attention and curiosity of those on the outside. When news of a pending high asset divorce is announced by couples who are regarded as celebrities, social media erupts in speculation as to the reasons and how much it might cost each partner. Illinois residents who may be facing this process likely have similar concerns.

Enforcing or modifying an Illinois child custody or support order

Parents in Illinois often struggle with differing parenting philosophies when they are still in a romantic relationship. If that relationship ends, it is often even more difficult to agree on what is in the best interests of the children. As such, the courts often have to step in and make a child custody or support decision.

Separate your online life when going through a divorce

When an Illinois couples walks through the divorce process, they will negotiate a settlement or go to court for a ruling on matters such as property division, child custody and financial support. If you are facing divorce, you know that you will also have to deal with these issues as well. What many overlook, however, is their digital lives.

Woman awarded $150K decades after missed child support

It is not easy being a parent in Illinois, especially when the responsibility of raising a child falls onto the shoulders of one person. Unfortunately, a woman in another state claims that she raised her young daughter with no help from her ex-husband. Though decades have passed, she recently sought the child support payments she says he failed to pay when their daughter was a child.

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