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July 2015 Archives

Property settlement dispute hinges on frozen embryos

The vast majority of divorcing couples in Illinois can conclude asset division through either mutual negotiations or a slightly more guided route, such as mediation. However, situations can and do arise that make coming to an agreeable property settlement an exceptionally difficult aspect of the divorce process. Although heading to court over divorce issues is not a totally uncommon occurrence, an out-of-state couple has garnered national attention for their contention over a somewhat surprising part of their assets.

What best interests actually means for child custody agreements

Virtually anyone in Illinois who is familiar with the concept of a child custody arrangement likely knows that the agreement is ultimately based upon the child's best interests. However, what exactly does "best interest" mean when it comes to child custody agreements? When this is in question, there several specific factors considered in addressing the issue.

One of the most common mistakes made during divorce

The end goal of the divorce process is to successfully bring a legal end to a marriage. In reality, divorcing couples in Illinois can benefit from focusing not just on finally reaching a divorce settlement, but on what might happen afterwards. All too often, divorcing couples ignore the future and the impact that their settlement might have on it.

Date of Jennifer Garner's divorce filing likely no accident

While there might be no such thing as a standard prenuptial agreement, many address the same concerns -- asset division and protection, inheritances, and even future spousal support or alimony. However, prenups can actually provide a multitude of protections and variations that can specifically address the needs and concerns of Illinois couples. The recent divorce filing between actress Jennifer Garner and her husband, Ben Affleck, could demonstrate just how uniquely useful these types of documents can be. 

Information from GPS technology could be used in divorce

Have a Fitbit, tracking app or other GPS-enabled tech? The chances of tech-lovers and smart phone owners having something like this are fairly high, and as it turns out, they are being used for more than just fitness tracking and other intended uses. Data collected from these apps is now popping up in divorce filings all over the state of Illinois. 

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