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Collaborative law adds new options for Illinois divorces

Divorce is often the conclusion when a pair of people who have committed to each other find themselves, either gradually or suddenly, with nowhere to turn. Although ending a marriage is not necessarily a bad choice, the process can be expensive for financial assets and taxing on emotional strength as well.

Things to consider as a new co-parent

The transition from being in a tight-knit family unit to a co-parenting relationship can be a tough one. It can often be difficult to accept that your children will no longer enjoy the security of a traditional family home. However, all co-parents should remember that children can thrive after their parents' divorce when both parents put their differences aside and work on being successful co-parents.

When is divorce not the right way to end a marriage?

It's hard to admit sometimes when a marriage has neared its end. People's feelings can change, and the practicalities of living together or raising children under the same roof may change as well. Illinois law allows for spouses to divorce with or without the full cooperation of the other spouse. But, in some cases, divorce is not the right legal choice.

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