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Category: Family Law

  • Mistakes You Should Avoid in Your High-Asset Divorce

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    Divorce is already a daunting process, but when a couple has multiple properties and other assets to divide, the levels of complexity increase. As stakes become higher and more complex, taking measures to protect one's financial future moving forward is essential. These decisions can be difficult to make correctly without knowledge of the market and taxes.  Even seemingly small choices can have long-term consequences for one's well-being. Those involved in high-asset divorces must undertake appropriate counsel and due diligence to ensure optimal outcomes....

  • Tips on how to successfully co-parent

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    Co-parenting after a separation or divorce can be difficult and draining, not only for the adults involved but also for the children trying to adjust to their new family situation. Parents who have just undergone one of the most significant changes of their lives are now navigating new waters without a partner. Children may be experiencing strong emotions themselves, and dealing with change is difficult for the entire family. Fortunately, with some essential shared custody tips in mind, it is...

  • Will I Lose My Business If I File for Divorce?

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    When you put your blood, sweat, and tears into building a company, the last thing you want is for your business to be at risk in a divorce. Sometimes, your spouse may be entitled to a portion of the business. If you're facing the end of your marriage, you must consult with a divorce attorney about protecting your business interests.  A business that started during a marriage or with marital funds to finance could have division implications. However, there are steps...

  • Will a DUI Have Any Effect On My Divorce?

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    A DUI during divorce proceedings can have a significant impact on the outcome of your case. If you are facing charges of DUI, your spouse may use this as leverage against you in court. They may argue that you are irresponsible and unreliable, which should be considered when determining custody arrangements. Additionally, the judge may order you to abstain from drinking alcohol or driving as a condition of your divorce settlement. If you have been convicted of a DUI in Illinois...

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