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Experienced & Trusted Divorce Advocates in Illinois

Divorce can be one of the most difficult experiences to endure. The dissolution of the relationship itself is often emotionally-painful and grievous, not to mention the expenses, the lengthy procedure, and the seemingly impossible decisions to make during the whole process. At Badesch Abramovitch, our divorce lawyers are thoroughly familiar with Illinois divorce laws and procedures and are prepared to give you compassionate and clarifying legal advice through this difficult time.

Illinois Grounds for Divorce

Illinois recognizes both fault and no-fault divorces. A fault divorce attributes the end of a marriage to one of the spouses. The following are all grounds for a fault divorce in Illinois:

  • Abandonment
  • Adultery
  • Alcohol or drug abuse/addiction
  • Attempting to take the other spouse’s life
  • Bigamy
  • Conviction of a felony
  • Infecting the other spouse with an STD
  • Physical abuse or mental cruelty

By contrast, a no-fault divorce does not place blame or fault for the end of the marriage on either spouse. Illinois recognizes the following as grounds for a no-fault divorce:

  • Spouses have lived separate and apart for at least 2 years
  • Irreconcilable differences have caused the breakdown of the marriage

The team at Badesch Abramovitch can help you understand all of your options when it comes to divorce in Illinois.

We can help you with a variety of issues, including:

Don’t go through a divorce alone. Trust qualified lawyers in Illinois to guide you through each step and to advocate for your best interests. Call (312) 548-8886.

Handling All Aspects of Divorce in Chicago & Collar Counties

To file for a divorce in Illinois, you must first establish that you or your spouse have been residents of the state for the past 90 consecutive days and that your kids have lived in Illinois for the past six months. This is called a residency requirement.

Once this is met, there are a number of issues that you and your spouse must agree to and factors that must be taken into account before a judge can grant the dissolution. This includes division of marital property, determining spousal maintenance payments, and determining child custody and support. At Badesch Abramovitch, our practiced divorce attorneys can help you through this process, offering knowledgeable counsel to help you seek a divorce agreement that protects your best interests and the interests of your children.

Contact (312) 548-8886 to speak with divorce lawyers in a free consultation.

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