Change to Divorce Law in Illinois

by admin on November 30, 2015

From January 1st 2016, Illinois divorce law will mean that couples may only cite irreconcilable differences as grounds for divorce.

Previous ground such as mental cruelty will not be applicable.

As News-Gazette reports, the change is part of an overhaul of the Illinois divorce law, or as it’s formally known, the Illinois Marriage and Dissolution of Marriage Act.

American divorce attorneys in Bangkok Chaninat and Leeds have been handling successful divorce cases in Thailand for decades.

The last time large changes were made to the act was in 1977, so many felt modernizing the law was due.
The words “custody” and “visitation” have been abolished.

Read the full story here.

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