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There are countless different factors that can lead to a marriage ending. Sometimes a couple gets married too soon and later realizes that it was not the right decision for them. Other marriages end because of infidelity or abuse, while … Continue reading

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Nearly all of us have moments of selfishness that can affect the health of many of the personal relationships in our lives. It is particularly difficult to live with or be married to a person who is exceptionally self-centered and … Continue reading

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Going through a divorce is one of the most stressful life events a person can endure. Divorce is often messy, and feelings of resentment, bitterness, and anger against a person’s spouse can make the process even more painful. Sometimes, divorce … Continue reading

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In most cases, child support and spousal maintenance are two separate payments ordered payable to one spouse during a divorce. There are certain occasions, however, where they may be combined as one payment. This most often occurs for tax purposes, … Continue reading

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In this day and age, it is becoming more common for senior citizens to divorce—after many decades of marriage, in some cases. While the causes are numerous, divorcing at an older age can have challenges that younger couples often do … Continue reading

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Divorces can drag on for an uncomfortably long time. If proceedings stall, it can be difficult to get through alone. Men and women both face the temptation to date before they are officially divorced, even though this can lead to … Continue reading

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Poet John Donne wrote, “No man is an island, entire of itself; every man is a piece of the continent.” Most people struggle with loneliness from time to time, but in some cases, the fear of being alone can keep a … Continue reading

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As spring begins to take hold in Northern Illinois, signs of new life are everywhere. Trees are green with budding leaves once again, many species of birds have returned, and four-legged creatures of all types have started to reemerge from … Continue reading

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As you fought with the decision about whether to seek a divorce, you probably gave some thought to a number of concerns. You likely considered what assets you would like to keep, what type of parenting arrangements you would make, … Continue reading

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Hidden assets are often a concern in many divorce cases. In past generations, a spouse may have hidden assets by stashing cash in a safety deposit box of which his or her partner was unaware or by opening a side … Continue reading

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