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Areas of Practice, Asset Distribution, Child Support, College Expense, Divorce Judgment Enforcement, Family Law, Latest News

Divorce Law – Consideration of Prenups

Prenups are often a great consideration that must be take in to account when a divorce is contemplated or actually being litigated. The Illinois Uniform Premarital Agreement Act (Act) (750 ILCS 10/1 et seq. (West 2012)), which applies to any prenuptial agreement executed on or after January 1, 1990, provides that an antenuptial agreement is unenforceable […]

Areas of Practice, College Expense, Divorce Judgment Enforcement, Family Law, Latest News

Appellate Court Decision – College Expenses and Proper Drafting of a Divorce Judgment

Divorce is exhausting, it is emotional and it can be very tricky. Critical to any divorce from a legal perspective is concise and exhaustive drafting of the judgment document. Recently, the Illinois Appellate Court for the First District was asked to determine whether the language of a marital settlement agreement reserving the matter of each […]