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Tinley Park alimony 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 Tinley Park alimony attorneys explain information Illinois divorce courts use to make decisions regarding the awarding of spousal maintenance during a divorce. Also, if Tinley Park courts award spousal maintenance in a divorce, a formula is used to calculate the awarded amount and duration when household income exceeds $250,000 a year.
Tinley Park alimony attorney Kevin O'Flaherty explains the qualities to look for in your family lawyer.
Our Tinley Park alimony attorneys discuss different types of property subject to division upon entry into divorce in Illinois and what is excluded. Both types of assets are explained and what to expect in relation to splitting assets during divorce.There are different circumstances Illinois divorce courts use to determine how marital property is divided between spouses. These circumstances include things like the length of time they have been married, the economic conditions of both spouses and the contributions of each into the maintenance of the property.
Tinley Park alimony lawyer Kevin O'Flaherty explains how spousal maintenance payments impact child support.
Our Tinley Park spousal maintenance attorneys discuss the creation of marital settlement agreements and their implementation during divorce. Marriage settlement agreements are made in order to settle various disputes such as child support and parenting time, spousal maintenance as well as the division of assets and liabilities. Tinley Park courts generally accept these agreements with two exceptions, divorce courts overrule agreements they find to be "unconscionable" and to ensure the best interests of the children are met.