Stay-at-Home Parents and Divorce: What You Should Know

On behalf of Michael J. Smith, Attorney at Law, LLC
Aug 25,2021

Any individual should be able to maintain their standard of living following a divorce, no matter if you have a full-time job, or are a stay-at-home parent. Maintaining your standard of living is important for your well-being, and also important in terms of meeting the needs of your child. If you are a stay-at-home parent […]

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Illinois Is a No-Fault Divorce State

On behalf of Michael J. Smith, Attorney at Law, LLC
Aug 19,2021

Illinois is a no-fault divorce state. This means that an affair or adultery cannot have an impact on the legal outcomes of your divorce case. If you have further questions about the divorce process, or guidance throughout your case, contact Michael J. Smith, Attorney at Law, LLC. We will advocate for your goals.  View More […]

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Hiding Assets in an Illinois Divorce

On behalf of Michael J. Smith, Attorney at Law, LLC
Aug 11,2021

Hiding assets in an Illinois divorce case is in fact illegal. Discovery of hidden assets could result in criminal charges such as contempt of court, perjury and fraud for the guilty individual. If you wish to find out if your spouse is hiding assets, contact Michael J. Smith Attorney at Law, LLC. We have the […]

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Determining Custody in Illinois

On behalf of Michael J. Smith, Attorney at Law, LLC
Aug 04,2021

When determining custody in Illinois, the sole factor the judge takes into account is what would serve the best interests of the child. Factors considered when deciding what situation would serve the best interests of the child include the physical and mental health of both the parent and the child, as well as if there […]

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