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Illinois Cracking Down on Driving with Electronic Devices

Effective July 1, 2019, Illinois will take a more aggressive stance on driving with electronic devices. [1]  Beginning this summer, driving while using a cell phone or other electronic device is a moving violation.  Fines for driving with an electronic device will remain the same, costing $75 for the first offense, $100 for the second offense, …

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Difference Between Separation and Divorce

What’s the Difference Between Separation and Divorce?

The main difference between separation and divorce is that, when you’re separated, you are still legally married to your spouse. While separations often lead to divorce, divorce is not inevitable once a couple decides to separate. Some couples take some time off from each other to reassess the state of their marriage. Some people decide …

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Spouse Refuses to Participate in the Divorce Process

When Your Spouse Refuses to Participate in the Divorce Process

The best-case scenario for a divorce is an uncontested divorce, in which both parties agree to the dissolution of the marriage and cooperate in the dividing of marital property and determining things like alimony and custody (if necessary). But sometimes one spouse refuses to participate in the divorce process, making it difficult to complete the …

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