Kane County divorce attorney explains recent changes to spousal maintenance laws in Illinois.
Recent Changes to Kane County Spousal Maintenance Laws
In this article, our Kane County family law attorneys explain recent changes to Illinois spousal maintenance laws. Spousal maintenance is more commonly known as alimony. According to recent changes to the law, the income threshold for application of statutory guidelines has been raised, meaning that courts will not have less discretion to deviate from these guidelines for couples with a combined income below $500,000.00.
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Kane County family law lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty explains the concepts of dissipation and contribution in Kane County divorce cases.
Dissipation and Contribution in Kane County Divorces
In this article, our Kane County divorce attorneys explain dissipation and contribution in marital dissolution cases. When a couple gets divorced in Kane County, the domestic relations court will divide their assets into marital assets that are subject to division in the divorce and non-marital assets which by rights belong exclusively ot one party or the other. Dissipation and contribution occur when one party wrongly appropriates marital assets or contributes to the marital estate from non-marital assets.
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Kane County divorce attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains how to file for divorce in Kane County.
How to File For Divorce in Kane County
In this article, our Kane County family law attorneys explain how to file a petition for dissolution of marriage. We explain where the petition must be filed, what information must be included in the divorce petition, and how to serve the petition for divorce upon the other party.
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