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DuPage County divorce lawyersDivorce is a complex and often emotional legal process – one in which the assistance of an attorney is highly recommended. Unfortunately, with all the choices that are now available, consumers often struggle to find the one that is most suitable for their situation. Learn why finding the “right” attorney for your Illinois divorce is so important, and discover some tips that can help with the selection process.

Strive for Balance Between Quality and Cost

Of all the concerns that divorcing parties have, those relating to cost are the most common. Understandable as that might be, parties should be careful to not let cost rule their decision – especially since many “discount lawyers” and “divorce mills” have little regard for the outcome of your case. Instead, do your research and strive to balance quality of the cost. Also, if you are afraid that you cannot afford the attorney of your choosing, discuss your concerns with them. Some may be willing to do payment plans, and in some situations, parties may be entitled to support from their spouse to cover any applicable legal expenses.

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Wheaton divorce attorneysChildren can be especially prone to emotional, behavioral, and mental health issues during a divorce. Worse yet, there are studies that show divorce can have a lifelong impact on the overall well-being of a child – but that does not necessarily mean you should stay together. In fact, experts now believe that the ill effects that children suffer in divorce are more closely linked to the contention and stress that often accompany divorce, rather than the divorce itself.

What all this means is that parents can mitigate the damage that divorce can do to a child – especially if they know how to recognize the signs of extreme stress. Learn more, and discover what an experienced divorce lawyer can do to improve the outcome of divorce for your family.

Severe or Prolonged Behavior Changes

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Illinios bankruptcy lawyerThe decision to declare bankruptcy is not easy. Admittedly, the cessation of bill collection attempts looks more appealing each time the phone rings, however, filing for bankruptcy has considerable secondary repercussions. Qualification standards and long-term effects may influence your decision when determining if Chapter 7 bankruptcy is the best solution for your situation.

What Is Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy is often referred to as “liquidation bankruptcy”. It is a relatively quick process, typically completed between four and six months. Brevity appeals to a significant portion of the population, as does the discharge of unsecured debts. Discharge means credit cards, personal loans, and other unsecured debts become permanently unenforceable, never needing repayment. The downside is that you will need to sell many of your non-exempt assets; hence, the name, liquidation bankruptcy.

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Illinois divorce attorneysStalking may not be an issue in all divorces, but it is common in marriages that have an element of abuse or violence. Thanks to technology and digital tools, stalkers also have more ways to track their spouses during and after a divorce. If you are leaving an abusive or dangerous marriage, learn more about the tactics that may be used to track you during your divorce, and discover how an experienced attorney can help protect you from a violent spouse.

GPS Tracking and Your Rights

Whether you are aware of it or not, your phone and the applications on it can track your location. Yet, even without a cell phone (or one in which the GPS function had been disabled), abusive spouses have a workaround. Miniature GPS tracking devices – some no larger than a button battery – can be installed in purses, on vehicles, and even jackets or other clothing items.

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DuPage County divorce lawyersParenting changed the moment the first in vitro fertilization baby was born back. One would think that, since then, the law would manage to sort out what happens to a fertilized embryo if the prospective parents should ever divorce. Yet, as many couples learn, this is not the case. In fact, in the last 25 years, little progress has been made regarding the rights of each divorcing individual to either procreate or not procreate – but that could all soon change.

In a case that is set to be heard by the high courts in Colorado, an individual’s Constitutional right to procreate or not, and whether one outweighs the other person’s, will finally be ruled upon. Learn more about how and why this upcoming case is different than the previous IVF divorce cases, discover what the court’s potential decision could mean for your case, and gain insight as to how an experienced divorce lawyer can help improve the outcome of your situation.

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Phone(630) 657-5052
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