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Dissipation and contribution are involved in the way marital assets are distributed, which is the topic of this Learn About Law podcast & videoblog by Elmhurst attorney Kevin O'Flaherty.
In this article, our Elmhurst attorneys explain the division of marital assets in Illinois divorces. The marital estate may include different types of properties that are subject to division among spouses. Luckily, not all assets are counted as marital assets and therefore are not subject to division. The main focus of this article is on what can and cannot be divided. Also discussed are the factors that may play a role in how the Illinois divorce court determines how the assets and marital estate will be divided up among the spouses. The length of the marriage, contributions each spouse put forth to the property as well as the economic circumstances of each spouse may all be factors in the decision-making process.
Elmhurst spousal maintenance attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains the factors courts consider in determining whether to award alimony in divorce cases.
Our Elmhurst attorneys explain the Illinois spousal maintenance laws in this article. We provide an extensive look into the many factors that are considered when awarding spousal maintenance in a divorce. If the judge finds it appropriate to award spousal maintenance, statutory formulas are used to best determine the duration and amount of alimony payments.
In this Learn About Law episode, Elmhurst attorney Kevin O'Flaherty discusses child support law and how it was modified on July 1, 2017.
Marital settlement agreements are contracts made between the parties in a divorce. The contracts are made to resolve any and all issues brought upon by a divorce. These may include spousal maintenance, the division of assets and liabilities, parenting time and child support. The courts will often honor the marital agreements presented. However, the courts have the right to modify terms if they feel they need to change the terms in order to best protect the interest of any children involved or if the courts find the agreement to be “unconscionable”.