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

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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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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Mental Health And Divorce?
Allocation of Parenting Time

Mental Illness And Divorce in Illinois

The family law and divorce system in Illinois was written and promulgated imagining reasonable, rational parties unwinding their lives in a logical manner. We all get emotional during a break up and the family law

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cryptocurrency and division of assets
Marital Property

Bitcoin, Cryptocurrencies And Divorce

***Updated in March 2021 to reflect the massive interest in cryptocurrencies*** Millions of people have purchased Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. Millions of people have also gotten divorced. Therefore, several Bitcoin owners got divorced and had

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Divorce and Bankruptcy in Cook County
Cook County Law

Bankruptcy and Divorce in Chicago, Illinois

Whether you or your spouse have filed for bankruptcy and then divorce, or divorce and then bankruptcy, you’ll need to know how bankruptcy and divorce affect each other. It’s important to understand that there are

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Prenups in Illinois
Prenuptial Agreements

Choice Of Law In Illinois Prenuptial Agreements

Nothing pours cold water on the hopes and dreams of an upcoming wedding ceremony like a prenuptial agreement. Prenuptial agreements are not fun to think or talk about. A prenuptial agreement literally anticipates a divorce…which

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