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Family law attorney Kevin O'Flaherty discusses the division of property in divorce cases in Illinois. In this video, we will provide an overview of the twelve factors that Illinois courts consider in determining the amount of maintenance to award to a spouse in a divorce proceeding.
Our Illinois alimony attorneys explain information Illinois divorce courts use to make decisions regarding the awarding of spousal maintenance during a divorce. Courts weigh a number of factors to determine whether maintenance is appropriate. If maintenance is appropriate, courts apply statutory guidelines in cases in which the combined income of the couple is below a certain threshold, and may deviate from the guidelines if the income is above the statutory threshold.
Family law attorney Kevin O'Flaherty discusses dissipation and contribution and strategies to try and reduce litigation costs.
The most challenging and time consuming portion of any divorce proceeding is sorting through the finances. Dissipation and contribution are often an overlooked component when analyzing marital finances because both concepts deal with money that has already been spent. The key difference between the two concepts lies in how the money was spent. If a spouse spends marital assets for something that only benefits himself or herself, this is dissipation, and the money must be reimbursed to the marital estates. If a spouse spends non-marital assets to benefit the marriage, this is contribution and the spender will be reimbursed.
Illinois alimony attorney Kevin O'Flaherty discusses how maintenance payments affect child support obligations.
Our Illinois spousal maintenance attorneys discuss how maintenance payments affect child support obligations. Whether giving or receiving maintenance payments affects the amount of child support that you can expect to be obligated to pay or entitled to receive, is a complicated topic. However, in this article, our Illinois maintenance attorneys explain it in clear and understandable terms.
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