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Just like there are a near-infinite variety of marriages, there are numerous different types of divorces. Some divorces are a result of one spouse having an affair while others end because the couple simply grows apart. The end of their … Continue reading

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Whether or not to hire an attorney to help you end your marriage is always a complicated question. While many young couples without children or significant debt or assets can successfully file for divorce on their own, the majority of … Continue reading

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In a world where access to information is as easy as typing a few search terms into your smart phone, it is rather surprising that so much misinformation about divorce continues to circulate. Some of the misconceptions may be attributed … Continue reading

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When you have reached the point in your marriage where the relationship is no longer happy or healthy, you have several options. The commitment you made at your wedding is important to you, and you are probably hesitant to call … Continue reading

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It is not uncommon to experience credit issues or other financial problems in a divorce. Many people, however, are ambushed by the true scope of such issues and, as a result, experience serious difficulties. If you are just beginning to … Continue reading

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Did your spouse recently file for divorce? If so, he or she had the opportunity to choose where to file the petition and the county where your case will be heard. You may be surprised to learn that if your … Continue reading

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Due, in large part, to its geographic location adjacent to Lake Michigan, the Chicago region experiences all four weather seasons. Residents of the region typically expect warm—even hot—summers and cold, snowy winters. In between, of course, are the transition seasons … Continue reading

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While the vast majority of divorce cases are resolved between the spouses before going to trial, for some, litigation is unavoidable. In other cases, the parties begin preparing for litigation while continuing to negotiate and are able to reach an … Continue reading

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We have all heard the rather depressing claim that half of all marriages end in divorce. Taking a superficial look at the numbers seems to lend credence to this well-known “fact.” The reality, however, is much more complicated, and the … Continue reading

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Millions of American families own dogs, cats, and other companion animals. In many situations, pets are as much a part of the family as any person. We share our homes, our lives, and, often, our own beds with the animals … Continue reading

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