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Illinois rules for property division in divorce

Understanding how Illinois addresses property division may help spouses approach negotiations with realistic expectations. FindLaw explains that Illinois does not have a community property law, and because the state seeks to divide property fairly, spouses may not end up each receiving half. 

Paternity establishes visitation rights and other benefits

Fathers in Illinois who are not married to their child's mother may wonder whether they will be allowed visitation rights, or even custody. According to FindLaw, the courts approach custody issues assuming that it is in a child's best interests to be able to spend quality time with each parent, with few exceptions. As long as a father has established paternity, the child's mother is unlikely to be able to prevent him from spending time with his child.

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