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Illinois Divorce

This information is provided as a courtesy. This is not meant to replace legal advice.

Once your order has been received it will be forwarded to the Illinois paralegal who will be assigned to your case for the duration of the process. Your assigned paralegal will answer any questions that you have and process your documents.


The party filing for dissolution must have been a resident of Illinois for 90 days immediately prior to filing for dissolution of marriage.


No-Fault: Irreconcilable differences has caused the irretrievable breakdown of the marriage and reconciliation has failed or further attempts at reconciliation are impractical and the spouses have been living separate and apart without cohabitation for 2 years. (If both spouses consent, the time period becomes 6 months).



Habitual drunkenness for 2 years and/or drug addiction;

Conviction of a felony;

Willful desertion for 1 year;

Cruel and inhuman treatment;

Attempted poisoning or otherwise endangering the life of the spouse;

Infection of the other spouse with a communicable disease;


We include the waiver for the two year separation requirement.


Parties may file for a Legal Separation in Illinois under the grounds of:No Fault


The parties can decide how to divide the marital property by signing and executing a Marital Settlement Agreement, otherwise the court will decide based on equitible distribution.


Parties can agree on custody of the minor children, either sole custody or joint custody. If the parties cannot agree, the court will decide what is in the best interest of the children.

If the parties agree to joint custody, they will need to sign and execute a Joint Parenting Plan.

Parties can agree on child support. If the parties cannot agree on an amount of child support, the court will decide using the Illinois child support guidelines. Support will be calculated using both parties incomes, child care costs, health and dental insurance costs, and any other child expense.


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