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August 2013 Archives

Illinois residents facing divorce should curb social media use

Facebook, Twitter, Instagram -- a mere five years ago these services were brand-new or did not exist at all. But today, social media is ubiquitous in every area of our lives, opening a window into a heretofore private world and creating a world of potential complications for those seeking jobs, fighting criminal charges, and for those in the midst of a divorce. Illinois residents are urged by some experts to reconsider what they are and are not posting during divorce proceedings, because the content of their posts could have repercussions at the negotiation table.

Stepdads may divorce new wives with more aplomb, study says

In an unusual study, an independent research group determined that stepfathers may be more likely to separate from their new partners than men in so-called "traditional" marriages. The study goes on to suggest that a variety of factors may contribute to this type of divorce. Illinois residents may be interested to note the statistics associated with this report.

Preparing for divorce settlement negotiations a good idea

Often people assume the most difficult part of a divorce is signing the papers or coming to terms with the end of the relationship. According to some experts, however, the most challenging part of the divorce is often dealing with the particulars of the settlement itself. Illinois residents facing divorce are urged to be prepared in advance to spare themselves some of the hardships associated with making a divorce legally binding.

Beleaguered politician faces divorce

A prominent former Attorney General is facing the end of his marriage, according to some sources. Illinois residents may be familiar with the story of Eliot Spitzer, the former Governor who stepped down in the face of a sex scandal that alleged he hired prostitutes and was unfaithful to his wife. Now his wife is apparently seeking a divorce that may well be connected to the issue of his alleged infidelity.

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