Can I Get Visitation with My Pet?

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For many people, having a pet, such as a dog or a cat, is not equivalent with just having another asset that is to be divided at the time of separation or divorce; instead, the relationship with a pet more closely resembles that with a child or close family member, and therefore losing custody of… Read more »

8 Signs You Are Ready for a Divorce

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You should never rush into a divorce. By making a split-second decision to file, you have not given yourself time to evaluate your feelings. You also have not given yourself time to work on problems with your spouse and build a stronger marriage. However, after weeks, months, or even years of considering the option, it… Read more »

What Does Irreconcilable Differences Mean?

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In January 2016, Illinois moved to a purely no-fault state for divorce. This meant instead of having fault-based grounds for divorce, such as adultery or cruelty, now all divorces are granted based on irreconcilable differences. Since this legal term will mean a great deal to you if you are looking to divorce your spouse, it… Read more »