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Illinois Divorce Planning. The Illinois General Assembly has passed a major update to the Illinois Marriage and Dissolution of Marriage Act (IMDMA). If signed by the Governor, the new IMDMA will offer many positive changes for divorcing couples in Illinois.


All Legal Services Are Not The Same From online law companies to firms like the Law Firm of Erin N. Birt, PC, there are many ways to get legal services in DuPage County and Illinois as a whole. However, it can sometimes be difficult to know which option will provide the best results for your particular situation. Here are some important and helpful criteria to use when deciding on legal services in Illinois.

More Effective Illinois Divorce Options. Anyone dealing with legal issues, divorce in particular, deserves to have all the information necessary to make the best possible decisions. This can be tricky if you’re not a legal professional or can’t afford one to help you, but a new Illinois policy will help change this for the better.


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Beginning January 1, 2015, significant changes will take effect in the Illinois Marriage and Dissolution of Marriage Act.

Here are summaries of two recent family law cases from the Appellate Court of Illinois.

Is A Divorce Mediation Agreement Legally Binding? For couples who turn to mediation for resolving divorce issues in Illinois, it’s essential to know whether or not the mediation agreement is enforceable as divorce settlement agreement.

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Divorce DebtResolving Divorce Debt Issues Through Mediation One of the most difficult issues for divorcing couples in Illinois is how to handle the debt that has been accumulated during the marriage. It is definitely not as simple as “handing it off” to one party or the other.


Uncontested Divorce That Really Works Ask many divorced people about their experience of the process, and you’ll likely hear that it was just too much–too much aggravation, too much time, too much money. Thankfully, there is a very viable option for divorcing couples in Illinois.