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A spouse filing Illinois divorce forms must have been a resident for 90 days.
The following are the no-fault grounds for Illinois divorce:
The following are some fault grounds for Illinois divorce:
The parties may agree to joint or sole legal and physical custody of their children. Legal custody gives a parent the right to participate in decision making involving the children. In a contested Illinois divorce, the court may award either joint or sole legal custody and will determine physical custody in accordance with the child’s best interests.
Illinois courts will consider the following and more:
Unless special circumstances are present, the courts calculate child support based on the official child support guidelines. Child support will continue until the child reaches adulthood, and may be extended through his or her secondary education.
Illinois divorce papers may be filed in the county where the petitioner or defendant resides.
Mediation is strongly encouraged in Illinois divorce courts, and divorce cases may be referred to mediation at any time.