When Illinois parents decide to divorce, it is often a step taken after extensive thought and deliberation. Foremost in the mind of many parents is a concern about the emotional and psychological well-being of their kids following a parental divorce. The period surrounding a divorce can be confusing and upsetting for kids, but many children are emotionally resilient. Parents' actions and attitude can make all the difference in achieving a successful outcome for their children during and after a divorce.
Financial issues are one of the main reasons people in Illinois might experience marital discord. A survey by SunTrust Bank found that more than one-third of respondents said money is their main source of conflict in their relationship.
Thousands of personal finance books hit the shelves every year. Almost all of them will advise you, at some point in time, to reduce spending. Often, these are sensible statements, even borderline generic. But what if you have been investing and saving, and you’re ready to make a big purchase? If you’re in the middle of a divorce, there are a few good reasons to wait.
People in Illinois who are in opposite-sex marriages and who work in a field that is dominated by the opposite sex may be at a higher risk of divorce than those who work in fields that are more mixed or dominated by their own sex. This was the conclusion of a study that appeared in the journal "Biology Letters" on Sept. 25.