You know that divorce will alter your life in many ways, so taking steps to protect yourself is of utmost importance.
Going through a divorce is one of the most challenging times of your life. If you find yourself in this position, you need to protect yourself and your children.
Let's face it: There's nothing simple about asking your spouse for a divorce. Even if your marriage has fallen apart, this conversation can bring forth a variety of challenges and quite a bit of tension.
The day that you exchange vows is one of the happiest days of your life. Then there's the day you finalize a divorce. This is not a guarantee to happen, but it has become more and more common of late. Is your marriage struggling? Are you at a loss as to how to fix it? How can you tell if your marriage is headed for divorce? Let's explore some warning signs in today's post.
The first thing you need to understand is that a legal separation does not end your marriage. When a court grants a legal separation, it is usually because a couple is not yet ready to divorce or it may be because some administrative requirement has not been met. For example, if one or both spouses has not established residency in Illinois, a legal separation can be an effective temporary solution.
When we're married, we seem to share everything. We share checking accounts. We share cars. We share kids. We share computers and iPads.
Divorce. The very word sends waves of dread throughout Illinois couples considering a permanent break. Unfortunately, it is sometimes the only solution that will end an unhappy situation and return peace of mind to all involved parties.
For some couples in Illinois, a healthy divorce seems far out of reach. When issues of domestic violence and abuse exist, divorcing is just as challenging as the marriage was. However, in many cases, a healthy divorce is something couples can achieve, especially when it is a goal shared by both spouses.