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Financial planning during a divorce

Divorce can be financially difficult for everyone involved. Some Illinois courts divide property according to principles of equity (or fairness), though this does not necessarily mean that the property will be divided equally. There are some steps divorcing spouses can take to protect themselves financially during a divorce.

The true process of ending a marriage

Even though a divorce may take many different forms, there are certain steps that Illinois residents must take. For instance, the first step in any divorce proceeding is to file the proper paperwork. It must be delivered to the other spouse as well. Once the paperwork has been filed, it is a good idea for an individual to move quickly on issues like child custody. Waiting to take action could weaken a person's position in the eyes of a divorce judge.

Situations that could lead to divorce

Some Illinois couples might wonder whether they should get a divorce. There are a few situations that could result in a marriage coming to an end. Infidelity is one of those situations. This could be a one-time incident or it could be ongoing, and it might be emotional or physical. Some couples are unable to recover from it.

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