Many people don’t realize that they have a choice about how their divorce or other family law matter will be resolved. Not all divorces are handled in a courtroom, and not all decisions are made by a judge. Although litigation—essentially, a…
Elizabeth Lidd Factor, the principal attorney at the Law Office of Elizabeth Lidd Factor, P.C., has over thirty years of experience in the areas of civil litigation and family law. Elizabeth integrates her practical courtroom experience into both traditional legal and mediation services. She practices primarily in Cook, Du Page, and Will Counties.
In addition to having served as an Administrative Hearing Officer with the Expedited Child Suppo…
My spouse and I have a prenup. Will that affect our divorce?
Prenuptial agreements are intended to override the laws generally pertaining to the division of property, allocation of debts, and/or payment of spousal support upon dissolution of a marriage. The circumstances surrounding the creation and signing of the prenuptial agreement, as well as its effect on each party's financial situation post-divorce, will to some extent, determine the effect it will have. A detailed review and analysis by your attorney will assist you in answering this question.
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