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June 2019 Archives

Separate accounts will not protect assets from property division

Many people in Illinois want to plan for the future. For couples who are getting married, this often means taking measures that could potentially aid with the property division process in the event of a subsequent divorce. While there are some actions that can protect assets, certain misconceptions could ultimately leave some people vulnerable.

Determining and enforcing child support in Illinois

Most people in Illinois would agree that raising children is expensive. For many, doing so on a single salary is often difficult, if not impossible. As such, discussions surrounding child support following the end of a romantic relationship or in paternity cases can often become contested.

High asset divorce: Questions arise over De Niro prenup

When a couple is in love and contemplating the rest of their lives together, many recognize the importance of planning for the future -- even if that future might include a time in which they are no longer involved romantically. For many couples in Illinois and across the country, this includes the creation of a prenuptial agreement. However, this agreement can still be questioned, as demonstrated by actor Robert De Niro's high asset divorce.

Does a minor in your family need care and support?

Most parents are willing and able to care for their children to the best of their ability. However, as your family may know first-hand, this does not always happen. There are times when a parent is physically absent or mentally incapable of caring for his or her children, which may leave a minor child without care, support and guidance. 

Ex-husband must still pay alimony, despite commitment ceremony

When couples choose to divorce, there are multiple decisions that must be made. While some people in Illinois may want to rush to an agreement so that they can continue on to the next chapter of their lives, the decisions that are made during the divorce process -- including alimony -- can have a significant impact on each person's future. In some cases, it may be difficult to change such decisions should they prove to be burdensome.

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