Disentangling the parties

The Illinois Marriage and Dissolution of Marriage Act, and the case law resulting from it, reflects a strong public policy rationale for disentangling litigants financially in divorce upon a judgment for dissolution. There are certain instances when such disentanglement cannot be achieved and divorced parties must remain financial partners into the future.The typical situation is where one spouse owns a …

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