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3 Tips for Long-Distance Parenting

Posted on February 12th, 2020 by PIOLETTI PIOLETTI & NICHOLS

Family Lawyer As the rigors of life set in, you may find yourself in search of a job that will offer you more opportunities for growth. You want to provide for your children the best way you can, and sometimes that means taking a job that will require you to relocate. If you are divorced […]

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4 Preparatory Actions to Take When Planning for Divorce

Posted on January 11th, 2020 by PIOLETTI PIOLETTI & NICHOLS

Divorce Lawyer Deciding to file for divorce can be a life-changing event, no matter how long you and your partner have been together. There are many factors to consider, from the division of property to obtaining child support; however, proper preparation may help you file with more ease. There are several steps you can take […]

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How Do I Modify My Alimony Support Payment?

Posted on April 11th, 2019 by PIOLETTI PIOLETTI & NICHOLS

Divorce Lawyers Alimony, or spousal support as it’s sometimes called, is a provision given to an ex-spouse after a marriage has dissolved. State laws vary, but generally, alimony is given for a specified time frame to help the ex-spouse get their financial bearings after a divorce. To modify an alimony support order, it generally takes […]

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Divorce Laws in Illinois

Posted on August 7th, 2016 by Joe Pioletti

The State of Illinois will order a judgement of divorce if one party was a legal resident living in the state for 90 consecutive days. There are several grounds for filing for a divorce, the first being, no fault. A no fault divorce, basically means, that the couple has been living separately for more than […]

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The True Cost of a Divorce: Calculating the Cost of a Divorce in Illinois

Posted on April 24th, 2015 by Joe Pioletti

The True Cost of a Divorce: Calculating the Cost of Divorce in Illinois from Joe Pioletti   Most people assume the cost of a divorce is purely financial; however, a divorce has a tremendous emotional cost for the entire family. Learn more about the true cost of a divorce in Illinois in this presentation.

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What If My Spouse Does Not Respond To The Divorce Petition After Service?

Posted on April 9th, 2015 by Don Pioletti

  Making the decision to end a marriage is a difficult and painful process; however, in most cases, it is the first step in the healing process after the relationship has deteriorated into divorce. Typically, one of the spouses takes the initiative to hire an attorney to begin the divorce process. In Illinois, the divorce […]

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What Is The Difference Between Seeking A Legal Separation And A Divorce?

Posted on April 2nd, 2015 by Don Pioletti

  Most people never get married assuming that one day one or both of them will want to end the marriage; however, divorce is something that many couples face. Because divorce is a reality for many couples in Illinois, the Illinois Marriage and Dissolution of Marriage Act provides several grounds for divorce. The grounds for […]

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Annulment in Illinois: What Are The Grounds For Having A Marriage Annulled?

Posted on March 26th, 2015 by Don Pioletti

A divorce and an annulment are two different actions under Illinois law. You can end a marriage through divorce proceedings; however, you may also be able to void a marriage with a “declaration of invalidity.” With a divorce, the marriage bond is severed and the parties go their separate ways. However, with an annulment, the […]

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Divorce Timetable: How Long Will A Divorce Take In Illinois?

Posted on February 3rd, 2015 by Don Pioletti

The best answer we can give to this question is, “Your divorce timetable is unique. Your divorce will take as long as necessary to settle all issues between you and your soon to be ex-spouse.” A divorce in Illinois can take as long as one to two years for a contested divorce or as short […]

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Can I Move The Children Out Of State?

Posted on January 22nd, 2015 by Joe Pioletti

Do you want to move your children out of state? Regardless of whether you are divorced or you never married the father, permanently moving your children out of state may result in a parental abduction charge if you do not have court permission for the move. Before you move your children out of state, you […]

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