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Category: Illinois Law

“If you can’t explain it simply, you don’t understand it well enough.” – Albert Einstein.

Severing a divorce agreement in Illinois
Alimony

Severability In An Illinois Divorce Agreement

Most divorces in Illinois are governed by one to three documents: a Judgment For Dissolution Of Marriage, A Marital Settlement Agreement and/or an Allocation of Parenting Time and Parental Responsibilities. 95% of these final divorce

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Res Judicata defense in an Illinois divorce
Illinois Law

Res Judicata In An Illinois Divorce

After an Illinois divorce is over…it is not really over. Everything in a divorce order can be enforced later in the same Illinois divorce court. Additionally, virtually everything about a divorce order in Illinois can

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Grounds for divorce in Illinois
Divorce

Irreconcilable Differences In An Illinois Divorce

In Illinois, there is only one grounds for divorce: irreconcilable differences. “The court shall enter a judgment of dissolution of marriage [upon] the making of the finding:…Irreconcilable differences have caused the irretrievable breakdown of the

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Adult Child Sues Parent In Illinois
Illinois Law

Can A Child Sue A Parent In Illinois?

Divorces with children involve multiple parties: two parents and the children they birthed or adopted. The children in a family are affected by their parents’ actions. The children can seek justice in the courts just

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Illinois Lis Pendens
Illinois Law

Lis Pendens In An Illinois Divorce

People move a lot of money around during an Illinois divorce. Sometimes, parties to a divorce even move real estate around. It is not uncommon for a divorce litigant to suddenly sell real estate to

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No-fault divorce in Illinois
Divorce

No-Fault Divorce In Illinois

Illinois divorce law is peppered with phrases that you kind-of/sort-of think you might already understand. “No-Fault Divorce” is one of those legal terms where you presume it means that neither spouse needs to show adultery,

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