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What is considered "non-marital property" in Illinois?

While people are married, they technically share everything whether they realize it or not. Most income, property, retirement accounts and other assets that are obtained during the marriage are considered "marital property." This means that even if the assets are held in separate accounts, with only one spouse's name on it, or if property is only owned by one party, that both parties still have a right to that property. This does not usually become an issue until a couple is going through a divorce and the couple begins the process of the division of assets.

Understanding how custody of children is shared in Illinois

Concerns about child custody, visitation and a parenting plan can be the most significant concerns couples face during a divorce. Child custody disputes are not a good thing for children or their parents, which is why the family law process can help parents resolve concerns over how they will co-parent and share custody.

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