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Wills Trusts and Divorce in Illinois
Illinois Law

Can A Will Or Trust Encourage Divorce In Illinois?

Parents will immediately offer to help their children, emotionally and financially, when their children get divorced. Some parents actively encourage their children to get divorced. Some parents wish they could take it a step further…and

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How to include numbers in Illinois divorce documents
Drafting Considerations

Numbers In An Illinois Marital Settlement Agreement

Marital Settlement Agreements handle the monetary obligations of each spouse in an Illinois divorce. “When an agreement by divorcing spouses concerning property rights is approved by the court and incorporated into the divorce decree, it

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Grounds for divorce in Illinois

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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Marital Assets In Illinois Divorce
Property Division

What Is Marital Property In An Illinois Divorce?

There are very few contested facts in an Illinois divorce. In fact, there are really only two sets of facts that matter, financially, in an Illinois divorce: the parties’ respective incomes and what assets will

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No-fault divorce in Illinois

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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