Even though most divorce cases can present challenges for Illinois family law judges, divorce disputes involving large amounts of marital assets can prove to be especially complicated. High asset divorce cases not only involve the valuation and distribution of wealth, but often also account for the unique needs and lifestyles of children in the family. And in such cases, child support agreements can involve millions of dollars.
Developing a practical and fair child custody agreement between you and your child’s other parent involves a great deal of thought and consideration. In addition to accounting for your child’s everyday needs, it is also often necessary to plan ahead for things like school holiday time and family vacations. Luckily, you and your ex-husband or wife can work together to establish a child custody agreement that allows for family adventures and quality time together.
Complementary religious beliefs and commitment to faith bring many people together. And as religious organizations and parishioners alike are becoming more accepting of intermarriage, more people than ever before are marrying outside of their own faith. As a result, religious concerns can play a major role in divorce proceedings. Understanding whether and how religion can factor into child custody arrangements can be helpful to those considering their divorce options.
If allegations of adultery have been made during the course of your marriage and are now a contributing factor in your divorce, it is important to understand if and how such accusations could factor into your divorce case. No matter if you are the spouse being accused of having an affair or suspect that your husband or wife has been unfaithful, you could be personally affected by the impact that adultery may have on your ultimate divorce settlement.