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November 2015 Archives

Father fights for child custody after ex-wife passes away

Despite the best intentions when couples marry, there comes a point when some decide that seeking a divorce is in the best interest of everyone involved. Many couples in Illinois have found that their divorce proceedings can become complicated by child custody issues. Unfortunately, one former couple's child custody issues are still ongoing even though one of the parents has since passed away. The out-of-state case is set to be decided by a judge.

The digital age can create road blocks during divorce

Historically, investment portfolios and other important financial documents were kept in paper records, stored safely in a home or even a safety deposit box at a bank. With the evolution of technology, the Internet and cloud storage databases, paper records seem to be heading the way of the telegram -- for extinction. While there still might be some hard financial records, preparing for a divorce can take more investigative prowess than it did in the past.

Helping you pursue the spousal maintenance you need

No two marriages are alike, and, in similar fashion, neither are any two divorces. The needs and desires of each party in a divorce also tend to differ, along with the abilities of divorcing individuals to earn enough money to maintain their lifestyles. It is this ability to earn that affects an Illinois judge's decision concerning spousal maintenance.

Kaley Cuoco already addressed division of property in prenup

Kaley Cuoco, who is perhaps best known to people in Illinois for her role on the popular TV show "The Big Bang Theory," filed for divorce from her husband earlier in 2015. Although initially not much was known about the filing, Cuoco now claims that her soon-to-be ex-husband's addictions played an enormous role in her decision to divorce. Before saying "I do," the couple signed a prenuptial agreement that addressed a variety of issues, including how to handle the division of property in the event of a divorce.

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