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Reality star and estranged husband fight over alimony

It is sometimes surprising how quickly a person's circumstances can change. For example, a person who formerly earned a large salary but has recently found him or herself unemployed can struggle financially. In this scenario, a person in Illinois who has previously created a divorce agreement can struggle to meet those terms in his or her new circumstances, including making alimony and child support payments.

Estranged couple disagree on pictures, alimony

When a couple in Illinois decides to divorce, there are multiple decisions that must be made. While some people may be able to make these decisions amicably, there are many others who will ultimately ask the court to intercede and issue a ruling regarding child support and custody, asset division, and alimony. Unfortunately, a couple in another state reportedly are undergoing a contentious divorce, struggling to agree on a number of issues.

Coping with child custody issues when school starts

When many people in Illinois think of divorced couples who must coparent together, they automatically think of a situation that is filled with contention and anger. However, many parents are able to put aside their personal animosities and work together to support their children. Often, there are certain measures that parents can take to help ease child custody related issues, especially those that arise when children go back to school.

Illinois divorce: Mediation for property division, other issues

There are many rights of passage to which people in Illinois and across the country likely look forward -- getting married and having children, for example. While it is likely that going through a divorce is something for which no one intends to experience, the fact is that many couples will ultimately come to the determination that it is no longer in their best interests to remain married. Though going through the property division process and other aspects of a divorce has the potential to be contentious and lengthy, many couples are choosing mediation instead, an option that allows them to reduce conflict and potentially begin the next stage of their lives sooner.

How are your children doing since you filed for divorce?

It's true that life is a series of events, many of which often prompt significant changes in a particular person's or family's lifestyle. For instance, perhaps you recently told your children that you are getting divorced. Regardless of whether you or your spouse is the one to file the petition in an Illinois civil court, the situation will no doubt have a significant impact on your kids.

Bradley Wilk and wife fight over property division, custody

The end of a marriage, though typically in the best interests of all parties involved, can come with some difficulties. This could be especially true when Illinois couples and others across the country are unable to agree on many elements of a settlement. For example. Rage Against the Machine musician Bradley Wilk and his estranged wife reportedly are experiencing conflict on many aspects of their divorce, including child custody, spousal support, property division and even the date of their separation.

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