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Who Keeps the Family Pets After a Divorce?

Who Keeps the Family Pets After a Divo...

Going through a divorce can be a difficult and emotional process for everyone involved. There are many decisions that need to be made regarding the division of property and financial obligations. In addition, many couples find themselves in disagreement about who should keep the family…

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Financial Support You May be Entitled to After Divorce

Financial Support You May be Entitled ...

Almost everyone’s finances take a hit during a divorce, and getting back to the standard of living you enjoyed before your divorce can take a while, even if you have a steady income. If you depended on your spouse financially, and your spouse suddenly told…

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Are Trust Funds Marital Property in Illinois?

Are Trust Funds Marital Property in Il...

Contrary to popular stereotypes, trust funds are not the exclusive province of the wealthiest people. Estate planning lawyers often encourage clients to set up trusts in order to save money on taxes; especially in blended families, trusts are an effective way of preventing inheritance disputes…

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Ways That Divorce Impacts Estate Planning

Ways That Divorce Impacts Estate Plann...

Estate planning plays an important role in making sure loved ones are provided for in case the unexpected happens. It is an important task for married couples and helps to ensure that both they and their children are protected. However, when getting a divorce in…

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What to Expect During a Divorce Hearing in Illinois

What to Expect During a Divorce Hearin...

Going through a divorce involves major upheavals in your personal life and finances. Whether you are the one who filed for a divorce or you have been served with a divorce petition and a summons to appear in court by your spouse, it is natural…

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What to Know Before Filing for a Gray Divorce

What to Know Before Filing for a Gray ...

Although the overall divorce rate is still high, it has declined significantly in recent years. The over-50 divorce rate has trended the opposite way. Marriage dissolution matters in this age range have doubled over the last two decades. All divorces usually involve significant emotional and financial issues.…

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