Quitclaim Deeds are not Quick Claim Deeds
At the end of a marriage, there may be few issues more contentious than alimony. Alimony, also called spousal support or spousal maintenance, is not a guarantee in a divorce. Nevertheless, your circumstances may qualify you for spousal support at least for long enough to get you back on your feet after your divorce.
Among the many heartbreaks when a marriage ends in divorce is the bewilderment and sadness the children may experience. When discussing the changes that are ahead for your Illinois family, you will want to find the gentlest and most appropriate way to console your child while sharing the information he or she needs to hear.
A custody battle can be one of the most heart-rending and stressful experiences a parent can go through. Despite putting your best effort forward, there is still a chance that the judge will award physical and legal custody to the other parent.
There’s a chance you’ve accumulated a lot of assets though your marriage. Or maybe you weren’t married long enough for many assets, accounts or investments to stack up. Regardless of how much you have, all your marital property is subject to division during the divorce process.
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Almost everyone is familiar with “Most Wanted List”. Were you aware that the State of Illinois has a “Deadbeats Most Wanted List”? What’s a deadbeat one may ask? Illinois defines a deadbeat as an individual who is in arrears in their child support obligation under an Illinois court order or administrative order.