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Practical property division after a finalized divorce

When people in Illinois finalize their divorce, they may think that the hardest part is over. Divorce involves an array of practical and financial changes, many of which are included in the divorce decree or worked out in a settlement. After the agreement is final, however, it remains to both former spouses to implement those decisions and complete the property division process. Therefore, finalizing the divorce may be only the first step in a series of practical actions that people can take to implement the family court's decisions.

The basics of coparenting after a marriage ends

For parents in Illinois, the end of a marriage doesn't mean the end of parenting responsibilities. Courts tend to favor coparenting arrangements that keep both parents involved with a child's life. With such arrangements, however, parents no longer sharing a house are normally encouraged to remember that the child's best interests come first.

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