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5 Ways to Protect Your Mental Health in Divorce

Divorce, while often necessary, can be a tumultuous journey that significantly impacts your mental health. Feelings of stress, anxiety, sadness, and even relief can intermingle, creating an emotional roller coaster that can leave you feeling drained. At Iafrate & Salassa, P.C., we fully comprehend the profound emotional impact a divorce can have. With this understanding, we want to offer guidance…

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7 Facts About Divorce After a Long-Term Marriage

Divorce is one of the biggest challenges a family will ever experience. It’s never easy, and that’s especially true for couples who are divorcing after decades spent together. Gray divorce tends to involve complex issues that are challenging to navigate. Long-term marriages don’t end on a whim: often, significant heartache is involved, and divorce is a last-resort decision when nothing…

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Unique Challenges with Dissolution of a Long-Term Marriage

Though Illinois divorce law applies no matter how long you are married, dissolution of a long-term marriage presents unique challenges. The longer the duration of your relationship, the more complicated it can be to identify marital property, divvy up shared assets, and address spousal support. When you also have minor children it is also essential to consider the key issues…

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How to Tackle Your Fear of Divorce

If you’re experiencing complicated feelings about the idea of getting divorced, you aren’t alone. Divorce is a major transition, and there are many reasons why the process may seem frightening to you. But remember that the long-term benefits are well worth the initial discomfort, and you can pursue those results alongside a talented legal advocate.  Our compassionate divorce lawyers at…

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What is My Non-Working Ex-Spouse Entitled To?

Unemployment remains one of the leading reasons couples get divorced in the United States. It makes no difference whether the unemployment is voluntary or involuntary, either. The chances of divorce increase by 33 percent compared to a couple where the other spouse is employed full-time.  If you’re planning to divorce a non-working spouse, you should understand what it will mean…

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Should I Still Get a Divorce Attorney if We Agree on Everything?

If you are headed toward an amicable divorce, you can count yourself lucky. When both spouses mutually agree that it is best to end the marriage, they can enjoy a relatively smooth divorce. It is even better when both spouses are on the same page when it comes to child custody, alimony, property division, and child support. But does mutual…

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