Under Illinois law, two ways to dissolve a marriage exist. The first and most typical method is a formal dissolution of the marriage pursuant to 750 ILCS 5/413. This type of divorce is the type that most people are familiar…
During a divorce, the parties often contest the division of property. Parties contest this issue not only because disagreement exists over division of valuable assets and property, but also because many parties disagree over the division of marital debts they…
Although unfortunate, situations exist in which a child would benefit from terminating contact with one the child’s parents. Most commonly, many mothers believe that the child’s best interests would be served by termination of the father’s parental rights so the…
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