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August 2019 Archives

How does property division impact a pension in a divorce?

In a divorce in Illinois, property division might seem like a secondary issue when placed in the context of child support, spousal support, custody and visitation, but that does not diminish its importance. There are many parts of property division that will come to the forefront, including the marital home, motor vehicles, personal items that one spouse or another might want to retain and more. Pensions are also a key consideration. Understanding how pensions are addressed in family law with property division is critical to both the spouse who earned the pension and the spouse who believes he or she should get part of it.

Different types of family law disputes happen with older divorces

For a couple in Illinois, getting a divorce is a difficult process to go through at any age. Oftentimes, divorce cases are generally perceived to involve younger people. Increasingly, however, older people are getting divorced. These are commonly referred to as "gray" divorces. There are a variety of different issues that will arise for these couples that must be addressed. Understanding the challenges that will come up is critical to deal with the case effectively.

How does federal law protect debtors' location information?

In Indiana, people who are in debt will often be pursued in many ways by creditors and debt collectors. The tactics these entities use will sometimes go right up to the line of legality and propriety. Oftentimes, they go over the line and violate federal law regulating consumer rights. When unfair debt collection practices take place, it is important to understand how the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act helps consumers.

Understanding maintenance designation in Illinois family law

Spousal support, also referred to as maintenance, is a common topic for dispute in an Illinois divorce. There are many factors that enter into the equation as to which spouse will pay support, which will receive it, how much it will be, how long it will last, and if it can be modified. For those who are concerned about this issue, it is important to understand the oft-forgotten details integral to a case.

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