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Reducing the complications in a high-asset divorce

If you are planning to file for divorce in Illinois, you know that you are facing a potentially complex and lengthy process, especially if there are significant wealth and assets at stake. A high-asset divorce is often a high-conflict divorce, but there are steps that you can take to ensure that you do everything possible to protect your financial interests.

Should you hire a lawyer when you buy a house?

The largest purchase that most Illinois residents make is buying a house. After spending a significant amount of time finding the house that's perfect for you, the last thing you want is to find out after the purchase that a mistake happened, the seller failed to make a disclosure or the title has issues.

Getting rid of a troublesome renter is not always easy

Property ownership and management has its rewards and drawbacks. Whether you have owned rental property for years or are just beginning your career as a landlord, you probably discovered quickly that you can never be entirely prepared for what may happen. As a variety of people rent from you, you will experience many unique situations that require your attention.

What does your divorce mean for your small business?

When an Illinois couple decides to file for divorce, it will certainly initiate several significant changes in the lives of both parties. While the end of a marriage will change things such as living arrangements and parenting time, it will also have serious impact on the financial well-being of both parties. During this process, you will find it beneficial to be intentional regarding the protection of your financial interests. 

Should you consider mediation for your divorce?

Illinois couples facing the prospect of divorce may feel overwhelmed by the thought of a long, complicated and contentious court battle. For many couples, a traditional divorce process is unnecessary, and it is possible to avoid many of the complexities altogether. Mediation may offer you a better way to divorce, providing you more control and less stress. 

Making a plan when things don't go as planned

While getting a fair division of your assets is probably important to you, your foremost concern during your divorce is most likely your children. As traumatic and confusing as divorce is for the adults involved, you can only imagine how your children are feeling. You want to make the transition as painless as you can, but maybe you are worried about the way the courts will rule in the areas of child custody and child support.

What can I actually include in a premarital agreement?

Creating a prenuptial agreement is becoming an increasingly common legal step for couples to take before getting married. This type of agreement essentially establishes both you and your future spouse's financial rights if you end up dissolving your marriage. It also establishes both parties' property rights.

Child support laws are changing this July

Perhaps your marriage has been struggling for a while and you are considering divorce. Or maybe you are in the divorce process and it could take months to finalize. On July 1, 2017, new laws regarding child support will come into effect, which may change how support is determined in your divorce case.

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