How to Protect Your Business in a Divorce
When you get divorced, assets and debts accrued during the marriage will be valued and divided equitably between you and your spouse. However, there are several proactive steps that you can take to protect your business assets before and after you start the divorce process. If You Own a Business, Get a Pre or […]
Uncontested Divorces in Illinois: What You Need To Know Before Filing
When a couple decides to get a divorce, it can be a complex and emotional process for everyone involved. But in Illinois, couples can file for an uncontested divorce, which can simplify the process and help make it easier for both parties. Before filing, find out what you need about uncontested divorces in Illinois. What […]
Discover the Benefits of Mediation
When it comes to divorce, the process can be emotionally and financially draining for all parties involved. It’s common for couples to become embroiled in contentious disputes over assets, custody, and other matters. However, mediation is an alternative to the traditional divorce process that can help couples resolve more peacefully and cost-effectively. Mediation is a […]
How To Help Your Children Live in Two Houses
Divorce can be just as hard on children as it is on parents. Divorce can affect children in ways such as custody schedules, where they attend school, and even where they live. If your child will be living in two homes due to divorce, here is how you can help them cope: 1. Help your children […]
What Happens to The House in Divorce?
One of the most frequently asked questions regarding divorce is, “who gets the house?” Well, you and your spouse have three main options: 1. Sell the house and split the equity. Taking this option may seem straightforward, but it can be tricky. This option first depends on whether the house is marital property. There can […]
Three Tips for Co-Parenting Successfully After an Illinois Divorce.
After months of negotiation and deliberation, the divorce is finally over. You no longer live with your spouse and life begins to feel normal again. If you share children, however, your spouse is still in your life – and is likely to be for many years to come.
5 Reasons You May Need to Modify Your Kane County Divorce Decree
When a couple divorces, they must decide how to handle issues like the division of assets and debts, child support