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October 2017 Archives

Social media and high-asset divorce

In a recent blog post, we examined some of the issues that high-profile couples may experience when they decide to end their marriage. In the information age, there is another area of concern relevant to high-profile divorces and those who want to split up with their spouse when they have a high net worth: social media. Our firm knows the many ways that social media can affect those who are working through the divorce process, whether they post something they regret or are upset about information their spouse is sharing.

Discussing custody matters with your child

From child support to alimony and the division of marital property, there are many fathers' rights issues that people deal with across the country. However, those involving custody and visitation can be particularly emotional for fathers in Peoria and other Illinois cities. Moreover, these issues can have a significant impact on children also, which is why you may want to think about going over these topics with your child if you are facing a custody dispute, worried about losing your rights to visitation, or are working through any other custody matter.

High-profile couples and divorce

Making the decision to call off a marriage can be challenging for all types of couples. However, there are certain circumstances in which it can be especially tricky. For example, high-profile couples may have additional hurdles to work through, including the added stress and attention that is often associated with a divorce that is highly publicized. Our law firm understands the hurdles that high-profile couples in Peoria and other parts of Illinois may face and we believe that it is crucial for people who are in this position to carefully work through the end of marriage.

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